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No crank no start battery good

It will start after five tryes or so it is getting worse need more key turns

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Sounds like the solenoid on the starter is going bad. A new starter will likely fix your problem. This is a pretty common symptom for your vehicle ans a new starter fixes it 99% of the time.

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