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Hi orvil brad hear I would check the ing. fuses you have at least one and maby two in the inside cab fuse block, and also one or two in the engine bay fuse panel, there is also a relay located in the eng. bay panel, also you may check the ing. wire that goes to the coil system, This wire will have no 12volts until the ing. switch is turned on then it will show 12volts. It has a habit of coming loose at the coil sometimes. Good luck
bad fuel pump, loose wiring, blown fuse, or bad fuel pump relay. don't think just because a fuel pump is brand new out of the box it's good. i got an A/C delco fuel pump, installed it in the customers truck tried to start it .... nothing. checked all wiring, grounds, fuse, relay etc. everything was good. pulled the pump back out of the tank and wired it direct to a battery and it did nothing. got another pump installed worked just fine.
Check the wire connections, also check that bulbs are tight. you may need a new brake switch located on the back of the brake pedal for the (rear lights) As to it all happening at once I have no guess sounds like a loose connection or a wire shorting due to warn wire coating.
Found instruction on removal of display unit and able to check for loose wiring, quite simple really, now waiting to purchse another unit. Note that previous solution in regard to swapping fuses did not work. Terry