Q: What fuses should I look at

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All the electronics come on but car won't start

My car has 18225 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

It most likely will not be a fuse that is blown. The most common cause of no starts are due to the theft system has been activated. Look on the dash when you turn on the ignition to see if your theft system is activated. If it is then check and replace the key FOB battery or try another extra key FOB to see if vehicle now starts.

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