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The car won't start. I changed the battery and replaced it with a Type 78DT-72 battery. Is this the correct battery size for this car. I may have a starter problem, I'm not sure. Also, the front tire rub inside the wheel wells. There is a leak of green oil coming from the right front wheelwell. Could this be the reason for the low suspension?

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Sounds like you need a new shock absorber

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