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1985 chevy cavalier wont stay crunk!

It wont stay crunk while im driving and when it get ready to cut-off, my lights flicker and goes deam. i have changed the spark pluga and wire's.

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  • corkie dell Jan 12, 2009

    Have changed coil pack,wires distributer cap but still wont start, will turn over, but not catching????!! WTF!

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Check battery for dead cell sounds like there's not enought life in battery.if battery o k then check fan belt for tightness then check altenator

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