ANSWERS: 4
  • My strong suspicion is that the electrical switch portion of the ignition lock/switch is faulty. The headlights are probably wired directly to the battery, which explains why they work. Everything else gets power from circuits that only receive voltage when the key switch turns them on. Good luck.
  • First check your battery cables. If they are corroded the high impedence of the cables is enough to deny power to high amp systems but allow enough current flow for lights.
  • I'd vote for your cillanoid
  • Get your starter motor checked out failing that bad earth

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