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Old July 13th, 2019
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Cranks but won't start

So I have a 92 Oldsmobile Achieva SL 3.3L V6, that I got about a year ago with only 80k miles on it, when I got it I had to replace the ignition switch cause the kid that had it tore it up and had it rigged to keep the key in... Well a year later after all that I have a crank no start issue, and I noticed my dash lights aren't going on, and it won't go into diagnostic mode(obd1) also it seems the head and brake lights work with but the turn signals don't.. Could a bad ignition switch cause the fuel pump and spark plugs to also not get power, but still engage the starter?
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