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Freelander not starting

I Have, freelander 2.5 lt V6, 2003 not starting every time . when I turn key, I hear startmotor relay make like connexcion. but motor dont turn.
then I turn another time, motor turn and its like normal and motor stay running. I have check relay and dont problems. I have change relay and its a same problems. I cant check startmotor because there its an so much pipe.

battery is fine because all other works well.

I waitings repleys soon as possible
Best Regars
Ari

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Check the ignition switc and the spark plugs.

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