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Have no power when I turn on ignition. battery is fully charged

Battery reads 13 volts across terminals when I turn on ignition switch I loose power across terminals and have no power to system

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Have you load tested the battery? I understand you have a 12 volt reading, but that means nothing if no load has been applied during the reading. It sounds to me like a bad battery...

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