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do you have one or two keys for it ?
the faults they came up when you did a diagnostic scan should have a # ***** them, can i have that please .
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ok i got you
did the battery go down on it, is it a daily driver ?
is there any security light on or flashing on dash that you can see ?
There is a fuse #41 (igntion lock ) in the side fuse panel , i have sent you location and label for fuse , can we check this good and not blown
if the fuse is good
then you might have a bad igntion switch or wirin , really several issues it could be , it will require a diagnostic scanner to retrieve fault codes to be accurate on what is needed
but a bad fuse you can change yourself, if that is the case here .
we can a try to disconnect the battery for 10 min and see if that will reset it
But we will loose the radio code after we connect battery again , is the radio code available in the owner manuals
how about if you have a test light , just check them all, and not worry which fuse go to what , be easier , if you found a blown one , please replace it
ok so we know fuse is good
do u have radio code ? if i may ask
do we have voltmeter to check battery level ?