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When you turn the key to the ON position, is the security light on solid?
It Blinks when the key is in the ON position?
So it's like the truck has no electrical power other than the security light?
Did you try to jump start it? Maybe something was left on and the battery is low?
Well, then lets start with some basic's then. Do you have a test light to check fuses?
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You want to test them all with the key in the ON position. Here is a Video on how it's done
Only some fuses had power? Which fuses did not have power?
Start with inside the truck
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If you take this image and compare it to your fuse box, what are the number fuses please?
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Hold on.. it seems my drop box is not working properly.. Hold on.
It appears I am having some technical difficulties. The program I use to share information is not responding. I am working on resolving the issue. As soon as get it up, I will share the fuse box image so you can tell me which number fuses are not getting power so I can look at the power supply and routing to try to determine the cause for you.
It looks like it's working now. Double check that for me and let me know if that is the fuse box layout, and not the seat image.
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That could be a fuse box issue. These fuses you outlined all get power from a 60 amp fusible link. But it splits and shares power through the accessory relay. So the fuses you didn't list are fuses 5, 4, 6, 7. They are on this same power circuit. So it looks like you could have a fuse box issue causing your problem.
Can you read a wiring diagram?
Ok.. Hang on, I will supply you the power supply and routing so you can see what I am seeing.
That is the power supply and routing.
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That is in the Inside fuse box. So based on the information you provided, it sounds like a internal issue in the fuse box
Oh, you never told me that fuse 17 was constantly blowing.
That fuse is for the audio unit. I would unplug the audio unit and put a fuse in and if it doesn't blow, then you have a bad audio unit causing the fuse to constantly blow.
I had said way back in the beginning, based on the fuses you mentioned, you are most likely dealing with a internal fuse box issue. So I would start there first.
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