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I have a 2000 Sonata with an electrical problem. There is no power, but the battery is fully charged and the main fuse is good. When you first open the door the dome light works and you can turn the parking lights on. Once you turn the key, everything goes dead. I tried to jump the car, but still there was no power. I removed the battery and had it check and it was fully charged. Any ideas???

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Sounds like a bad wire/ground connection.Make sure battery cables are secure to battery and follow them from the battery to there posts.Check to see if they are loose or posts are corroded

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