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Did all of these issues occur at the same time?
Have you checked all fuses in all fuse panels?
Let me know so we can continue,thanks Pete.
What liter engine is in this model here?
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Locate the Batt1 and Batt Main 1 40 and 50 amp large fuses in the under hood fuse panel and see if one is blown.If one of these are blown this cuts power to the smaller fuses that feed these electronics here.If these are checked and found o.k. let me know so we can continue.
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If you have a test light or multi meter see if these fuses have voltage to them on one terminal that each fuse plugs into and let me know.
No problem.Hope you feel well soon.Let me know what you come up with here when your ready.
The electronic ignition switch can be common to fail and cause an issue like this here in some cases so it is very possible this is the electronic ignition switch itself at fault.I would have the signals tested from this switch to see if it needs replaced.If you need or want the testing info let me know.
At the ignition switch locate the two wires one in each connector in terminal A at each connector that are white/black wires and see if these have 12 volts at all times key on or off and let me know.