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1999 Explorer AWD. When using remote starter it has begun to take longer to operate and my lights no longer come on when I do use it.

When I use my remote starter, vehicle does start but seems to be taking a long time to actually engage starter. Also my exterior lights have stopped coming on when I use the remote start. All lights DO work under normal operation.

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Sounds like a starter problem

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