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No electrical response when warm

My 96 breeze starts when cold. When I shut it off and attempt restart there are no dash lights and the starter doesn't even click. Oil light has been staying on, but I think it's only the sending unit thats bad. Would that shut down the computer?

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Check your battery connections. If the terminals are corroded, it's possible that the computer isn't getting enough juice to operate properly which can cause a no-start condition even when everything else is cheking out ok.

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