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I can help you locate or pinpoint the root cause. I do need a bit more information from you.
Does the check engine light come on with the key on for a bulb check?
Does the engine crank over and not start or does it not crank over at all?
What size engine do you have? May I get your VIN?
So the starter does not activate?
Do you know if the vehicle has RAP (remote antitheft personality)?
Ok, lets check fuse 21 in the junction box fuse relay panel for battery voltage with the key in the CRANK position.
If there is no power on this fuse with the key in the CRANK position, then we check the ignition switch and inputs to the ignition switch. It is possible there is no power going to the ignition switch.
That would be the fuses in the power distribution box
The power distribution box is located under the hood.
The junction block is located inside the vehicle.
Fuse 20 and 21 in the Power distribution box powers up the ignition switch.
They are both 50 amp fuses. I would double check these first. Then check power in and out of the ignition switch.
Here is a wiring diagram of the ignition switch.
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