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My 1986 toyota has no power at all, the battery is good and the terminals are clean. I checked all the fuses and thats all good as well

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Have you checked the battery earth strip that goes from the battery to the bodywork,, sometimes a bad earth can give these symptoms.........the only other thing is possibly the main battery fuse...usually situated in a small black box near the battery

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You need to check the following. Do a load test for the battery. Check, clean power terminals, connectors. Clean fuse & fuse holder in starter relay and in fuse box. Clean ground connection points to batteries - terminal, engine and chassis/frame. Let us know if you were looking for something more else please accept the suggestion.
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This sounds like a poor battery connection. Clean up the terminals and cable for a good metal to metal contact and see if that helps. Be sure to check your clamps to wire connection too.
I'm not familiar with your model, but if the battery idea doesn't pan out, check the connection at the solenoid.
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