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1970 dodge dart swinger - turn key no crank, no

1970 dodge dart swinger 340 c.i.d - turn key no crank, no power at fuse panel, fusible link good, new ignition switch.

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When you say no power at fuse panel, do you mean entire panel?
As far as no turn over, have you checked for neutral safety switch problem?

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