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I turned key and car did nothing. second attempt car started. I started driving and realized that all the "dummy lights" were lit up. the power to the radio faded in and out and then the int. lights came on. I checked fuses and cleaned battery connections. now the car runs and drives, however, the power windows, power locks, radio, fuel guage and inter. lights don't work. the air bag and sevice engine soon lights are on. any suggestions?

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I would suspect a faulty ignition switch causing all the electrical issues. There are 3 distinct circuits running from the ignition switch, it sounds like one of them are faulty and not allowing power to certain circuits. Best to have it diagnosed at a reliable auto shop.

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