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CAR WONT START AND BATTERY IS FULLY CHARGED IS THERE A RESET ****

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Won't start & run, or engine not even turning over, when key turned?

    Check & wiggled battery cables, clean & tighten as needed?

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Remove the cable going to the starter and clean it with a brush along with contact point on starter and the nut. Reassemble and enjoy your car. (Starter rarely needs replacing - if it does two additional bolts hold it in place for easy swapping.)

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