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When i go to start my jimmy no lights in the dash then u can hear relay behind glovebox click,could it be the relay

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  • bakes_3769 Oct 07, 2010

    found other problems found that ecm fuse has no power,engine 1 and gauges have no power,checked all other fuses all ok,switched all relays around,no difference,run power wire to the ecm fuse and truck started,have run inline fues for ecm would like to fix properly,read through what other people have written on here could it be ignition switch,was going get get a new one but its a hundred bucks,i just don,t want to throw money away,thanks

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There is a relay as well as a solonoid I beleive and I would check both. The clicking could also be when you are trying to turn it over it click because it doesnt have sufficient battery power orthere could be a bad connection some where where mit is shorting out. I would check the connection at the starter to see that it is not all corroded or broken.

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    kevin foster Oct 07, 2010

    I would say it is most likely the ignition switch at this point.That is what I would go to next from what you have told me its sounds like the next plausible step to take.

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