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Do you have power to anything on the truck?
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You likely either have the battery in backwards or have blown a fusible link. On the battery positive cable is a bunch of fusible links. If you have a test light you can check the links or if you have a meter it's even better. Usually one blown will still leave you with some power which is why I am suggesting it's possible the battery is backward. I am sending along a diagram so you can see the links. Some are just large flat blade style fuses while the very main one is a long clear topped fuse you can look into to see if its burnt.
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No security feature that prevents any electrical power to the fuse box and truck.
Only an immobilizer to prevent it from starting, but the engine would still crank and you would still have power to everything.
If the fusible links are good, then the battery (even though it's new) must not be charged. Sorry to say unless there is some kind of aftermarket security system on this, you should have power.
Do you have a test light so you can check some of the fuses in the IPDM and see if there is any power there?