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I have a 91 Ford Explorer, I have no power, no interior lights, no power windows nothing. Batteries fine, fuses seem to all be intact, it wont go off a boost. i cant seem to find any wires that are not connected. HELP please

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Check the starter relay on the side of the fenderwell all power goes from battery to starter relay and then to ignition switch and back out from there.

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