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Wont start changed the spark plugs now wont start

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So you put the problem in the vehicle !!!

Retrace your work,plug wires,electrical
connnectors ,something you removed

Battery Cables corroded inside,crappy
clamp on terminals on cables!!

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

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