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I have no power going to my ignition. I have 12.87 volts in the battery, lights work, all fuses are good. Everything that goes through the ignition doesn't work, i.e. starter, radio, door locks, windows, etc...

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See if you have 12 volts to the starter if you do then check the fuse on the battery that Toyota uses for the ignition switch if I remember correctly there are two huge fuses and they can blow on occasion, also pull the fuse apart on the battery cable positive side and clean all parts with sand paper and put it back together and try starting it. If that does not work then check the fuses and relays in the relay box, also be sure the negative side post is clean too. If you still don't get power to the switch then you may have a bad switch or a loose wire on the starter solenoid

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