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It has power and everything works, but there is no power to the starter. We removed the starter and checked it and it is good.

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I suspect this truck has a security system? Check to make sure security /alarm system is not engaged.

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There are 3 possiable causes.1the main red high power wire.2the earth wire/netural.3the small light wire leading from the ign switch any other wires are earth/neturel.one of these wires is broken my advice is get a meter to check power is going to the starter,is the power going to the main live from the battery.is the earth/netural from the battery to the connection to starter ok .and the main suspect the small wire from the ignition switch to the starter [ok]adrian.

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