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Dead, No interior lights, no dash lash, no cranking

Completely dead, battery is good. It doesn't click when u try to crank, doesn't do anything.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    check the battery saver relay.

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There is a relay that shuts off all power in case of accident it has a push button that you need to press in its usualy on the passanger side of the car, by the kick pannel

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