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Starting problem My battery has an eye that tells me the charge is okay. No dash check lights or anythings. But when I go to start it seem like there's not enough power or juice to start it.

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The car starts up and shuts right back off. I put a 2000 fuel pump in a 2001 when I installed the engine.The engine is a 2000, installed a ignition switch. The only way I can make it run is by taking loose the cam sensor,but I can't accellarate.

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Make sure that your batery terminals are clean and tight...If you want to be sure that your battery is in good condition, you need to "load test" it. This can be done at most garages for little or no fee. Auto Source does does it for free. If the battery checks out ok, then your starter may be getting tired, and need replacing soon.

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What's happening is your starter is drawing too many amps when you go to start the engine. The starter is pulling really ******* the battery. The starter is heading south on you.

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