Question about Cars & Trucks
ENJINE TURNS OVER SLOW
First I suggest check battery charge; if the vehicle will turn over normally with a set of cables then this usually means the battery may be charged but may not have enough cranking amps in it to turn the vehicle over properly.
A battery can charge and have voltage but if the ams are low in the battery from the battery being faulty then this can happen. I would have the battery tested and or try another battery to see if it cranks over and starts then.
Corroded or loose cables at the battery can cause this as well. Check the cables and make sure they are clean and tight.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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