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Ive went thu all the relays an fuses an every thing is good but no power to dash or starter.

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Theres a good possibility that the ignition switch has failed. Just a hunch, but I would start by tracking down all of the underhood fuseible links and testing them, and then try a new ignition switch. make sure all battery cables and wires to starter are clean and tight. have a good day !

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