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Probleming starting I have 218,000 and I replaced the ignition switch, stater and a new battery and it start great no.

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  • SANDMAN62 Nov 23, 2008

    Engine won't turn over. Battery power drains to nothing. New battery, new egnition switch, check all fuses, Surely others have experienced this problem. Contact sandman@pclnet.net if you hhave any idea what this could be.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Have you had the starter tested, how about the charging system, what have you tested???

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Check amd make sure that the vehicle is in park or neutral and then attempt to start if it does not then the best way to check is to directly test the starter and its power relay which is in the fuse block and it is a 5 pin relay brown in color

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