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Tell us what basics you have checked?
Fuses, possible corroded/lose earth connection.
Have you tried disconnecting the battery negative; leave for 15-20 minutes and reconnect. This may reset the system.

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I don't know where the ground connections are located
Your best option is to visit your GM dealer or possibly an automotive electrician.
 

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I could do anything they can if I could get the specs
You dont appear to be able to even complete your basic Sign-Up information despite guidance being provided to you, and you joined the UK/Europe based Forum when it appears you may be located in the USA. There is a dedicated Spark Forum for the USA models ( Chevy Spark Forum : Chevrolet Spark Forums) so I'm therefore uncertain and have some doubts what your capabilities are? You still havent explained what basic tests/checks you have undertaken using a multimeter or anything else.
Your initial post #1 simply made a statement. Apparent instant 'loss' would possibly imply a fuse. Advise us what you have checked. Members of this Forum are not here to guess.

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