Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
Check all main circuit fuses to make sure none are blown. Main fuses will be in the power distribution center. On older vehicles there will be fusible link wires (black wires with soft coverings) not fuses. Check power from the ignition switch. There should be power at the accessory and ignition connections with the key in the on (run) position. If not, the switch may have failed.
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