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2003 suzuki intruder volusia, no power

I turn the key and absolutely nothing happens. no lights, no display on gas tank, no nothing. i replaced the battery, and checked all the fuses, and they're all good. any suggestions? thank you.

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Start at your key and work your way back. did you add anything? how long has it sat? check your battery cables. too much gunk on them and it wont make any contact

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This model has an immobiliser check you are using correct key and it has been programed

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