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Question are you sure battery is charged ? Do this turn on head light`s to see if they work first. If they don't check that you put the battery cables on the correct post ( Red to the hot and black to negative post ) and make sure they are tight . If they are on correct you may have a bad starter. Did you change the battery because it was bad are because it would not start the car ? If every thing else worked before you replaced battery like head lights and stuff you may of just had a bad starter to begin with. Good luck
I'm not a car mechanic, but, it sounds like you might want to check the fuse to the ignition switch, and, if that fails, it might be a problem with the Start Safety Switch on the transmission. Good luck.
you must op popped the maind fuse. follow the posive baterry cable. somewhere between the end and the fuses that do not have power is a bigger fuse that popped.. Being this old of a truck I have not location information but it should be pretty east to find. Its also possible this uses a fusible link wire.