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My 1999 Cadillac Escalade has been sitting for about a year and it wont start and the battery is new what do i do?

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Hi!
From your brief description I presume you are able to crank the engine?
If all o.k. then I would be looking at fuel? if Petrol which I think possibly is maybe it has gone stale? You say 12 months if only a small amount of fuel in tank then you may get away with diluting the old with fresh, however it might not run too sweet until old fuel spent.
If Diesel possible Fuel filter change and check for Air locks.

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