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Can not get my 1999 pontiac to start new starter and battery

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  • Bruce Volkers
    Bruce Volkers May 11, 2010

    Care to share any more? Was the old starter really bad?
    Does the new one so much as click? Interior lights working?

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Could be the alternator

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