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No start condition on 96 town&country

I have a 96 town&country lxi doesnt start i found that electric doesnt go to the coils it does but not much of a power to start the car i changed sensors ignition coils but nothing happened still same problem

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Check the Auto Shut down relay its in the under hood fuse

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My suggestion?

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