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I turn the ignition switch and have no lights on panel no power to starter, battery has full charge

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Lets take this one step further. Do your turn signals or radio work or even the defroster fan? If not then you might have a problem with either the ignition side of your ignition switch. Or possibly a blown fuse for the ignition or starter. With no dash lights I'm inclined to think it's the switch. Some vehicles fuses work for the entire ignition switch circuit. Others only involve the ignition side of the starter circuitry. Without more information regarding the engine and year modle and such that's about all I can say.

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