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Check that the new battery is fully charged. Also make sure the cables are hooked up correctly and tight, and check all fuses.
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Underhood fuse box. Does anything electrical work on the truck when you turn the key on?
Yes, you have a blown fuse. Check the fuses in the underhood fuse box, look at all of them you should be able to see the blown fuse.
Go to the auto parts store and pick up a cheap test light. You can quickly check all fuses without removing them. You can probe the back side of the fuse on both sides through little holes. If you have power on both sides the fuse is good, power on one side you have a blown fuse. Do this with the key in the on position.
Check the main cable that goes to the fuse box for power.
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