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04 Trailblazer will not start. Replaced fuel pump, still no start. Powered fuel pump with hot wire, makes pressure still no start. Starter relay does not energized. Any sugestions?

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Could be a bad starter/solenoid, but more than likely it is the ignition switch. These have been known to fail in various ways. Go to www.trailvoy.com and do a search on "ignition switch", there should be some threads on how to replace the switch.

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