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The system consist of a key tumbler that can go bad, a relay. a fuse , and the starter solenoid which in most newer starters the solenoid is in the starter. Your book should have a legend somwhere on locations. The ABS, horn fuel pump and a couple other relays are the same so you can rotate to test for a bad one. .

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