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Now it wont start

I have a dodge durango and battery keeps getting drain is the starter is bad and circit is bad. know it want start. please help.

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  • nichols6043 Jan 17, 2009

    I have had this check took both of them out and had it checked and was told that they were good. so could it be the starter and soilnoid.

  • nichols6043 Jan 17, 2009

    thank you so much blessing to you

  • nichols6043 Jan 17, 2009

    Does a battery have to have two charges on it.If so doesn't it mean that the battery is bad. I am being told that it is good but it needs two charges on it Lpease help me to understand. Thank eneyone

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The alternator could be bad or the battery itself could be bad have both checked out

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  • Ronnie Houston Jan 17, 2009

    no i dont think so i think you might have a short somewhere but those things arent likely to drain the battery.

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