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What is the battery voltage at?
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Well, I am going to post some information here in hopes that it helps you as I am going to be logging off for the night. I suspect you have a bad battery causing this issue preventing the engine from starting. Even if the battery is fully charged, it could have a bad cell inside the battery causing the voltage to drop very low when trying to start the engine. If this is the case, you just need to replace the battery.
If the battery checks out good, then I suspect there is a bad connection at or after the battery causing this condition and or a possible bad integrated power distribution module located under the hood. (this is the part that feeds voltage to all components on the vehicle)
You could use a voltmeter to check for power from the battery going to the integrated power module and on all fuses to ensure you have a good connection and that power is getting through to everything. However, I suspect you just have a bad battery. If not, just let me know and I can walk you through this diagnoses.
Good luck and let me know what you find! I will be back on line first thing in the morning.
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