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97 gmc 1500 no crank no lights except dome and buzzer new starter

Had intermitent engine cut in and out stall and restart then no crank but all electrical ok mechanic replaced starter ran home 6mi to apt 6mi to work 6mi stuck in garage with above problem

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Its probably the 666.

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