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An electrical fault with Daewoo Lanos 1.6

I have a problem when trying to start the car...I have to wait until the immobiliser pinging then I have turn the key in the ignition about 5 times before it connects to enable it to start and move off. This has happened before but all I was told it's an electrical fault. I know that the car is old now but it is a good little runner once everything is up and running smoothly. what can this possibly be and can you reccommend any mechanics in the Birmingham area of England that solely deals with Daewoo Lanos's?

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