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I have Just replaced my fuel pump, and then I put a ignition switch /lock cylinder in with a new battery and my car isn't saying anything, no lights, no radio Nothing .......please help me! 99 Honda accord lx 4cylinder automatic

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Some cars need to be reprogramed after changing the swith you might call a dealer to see

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