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My 03 GMC 2500 Duramax is having trouble turning over I suspect a low battery. What do you suggest?

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Could be batt.is weak or starter is worn and taking more amps to crank,but id put my money on batt.,if youre not sure take batt. to auto parts store and have it tested.

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