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Ignition on no power of any kind battery charged ignition ok, could it be battery cables

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Yes it can be connections,at the battery ,but it also can be a feed wire to the ignition switch,or a open ground on engine and battery ground,or negative cable. Do you have interior lites with doors open? Are some of the fuses hot on the fuse panel,or all dead!

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