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Car wont start but all electrical components come on

My car wont start at all, it doesnt even make a sound when i turn the key, but all the lights radio horn ac and other electrical components are working

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Have the starter tested and let me know the test results.

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Chack and make sure the wires are connected my car did the same thing and i came to find out that the wiring piece (I dont know what its called) was loose... just check yourself and make sure everything is connected to the battery... sorry that i dont know the neames of the pieces but again i had the same problem.. so i tried.... hope its helpful

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