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So you have no voltage to any of the 3 red wires at the ignition switch?
I will look at the wiring diagram. Do you have anything to test with such as a voltmeter or at least a 12 volt test light?
I have 2 wiring diagrams so far, the first fig 5 shows the ignition switch in the lower left corner and is fed from the battery shown in the second fig 9 at the top right corner. I don't see any fusible link so far.
Check the battery terminals, they are notorious for coming loose, especially if they are side post terminals. Grab each with your hand and try to twist both as hard as you can, if you can twist either, it is too loose, tighten it up and try to start the engine again.
Can you get to an auto-parts store or even a Walmart, harbor freight, lowes, home depot and get a voltmeter and/or a 12 volt test light?
A multi-meter that has a voltmeter can be had for as little as $10 and the 12 volt test light maybe $5.
Great, I'll be here.
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