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MY TRAILBLAZER WILL NOT START THE RADIO AND ELECTRONICS WORK BUT THE KEY WONT TURN OVER THE IGNITION

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So when you turn the key nothing happens? From there you will want to use a multimeter to test the starter. Should be getting 12v at solenoid when you crank. If you are then sounds like bad solenoid on the starter. Then go from there.
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