Question about 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier
This car will start sometimes. I check the battery and it was fine. I had a auto shop check the car and they said a wire was loose. However, the next day it did not start again. I found a broken ground wire that goes to the stater body. I fix it and the car started up again! Thirty minutes later, the car would not start again.
Did you connect it tight. So there would be no current leak ? Make sure that all the wires are connected good and tight using a good wire clamp.if the starter runs sluggish, it may be your starter going bad. But I think it is still a leak on the connection.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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