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Check the ignition switch.

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Unless... someone has tapped into the wire (amplifier or stereo?) and is pulling way too much current through the wire, in which case the fuse would be blowing out. The correction for a blown fuse is NEVER to install a bigger fuse. You risk overheating the circuit and possible fire. Always find the cause of the short/overcurrent.

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c) crank sensor/cam sensor/ign. module/wiring fault
d) stuff not plugged in properly
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Has no spark


well the easy answer is 20A ign fuse under the hood

however, lets check a few other things
1.) when you are cranking the vehicle is the check engine light on? If it is then this means that the PCM is not seeing the CKP... start searching for a loose connection at the CKP
2.) next swap the PCM power relay with the fuel pump relay and see if you get spark...if the relay is bad your vehicle still will not start because the bad fuse is now the fuel pump relay


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