Check the fusible link under the plastic cover under the hood. You'll see them with brass color & screws on either sides and plastic in the middle, if one of them is blown its easy to see. Common on these cars, the part is basically free at a junkyard.
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put the key in the ignition and turn to on (not start) and hit unlock. then turn ignition to off position. do this 4 times the 4th time you turn the key and hit unlock you should hear the doors unlock. then with the ignition still on hit lock and everything should work. this sequence needs to be done quickly to work. - hope this helps
check if its getting spark if it is i would check the main relay very common problem .if no spark then i would check the ignition ignitor located in the distributor one last thing to check would be the ignition switch