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Car will not start from the ignition

Had starter replaced and that did not fix the problem, previously installed a new battery. i get power to everything, the only way the car will start is from the starter underneath
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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    do u show a 12 volt start signal to the starter solenoid when the key is held cranking position?

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Try replacing the starter relay and or fuses

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