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My car on average does not start at least once or twice a week. This problem has been ongoing since last summer. I have brought into the garage several times. I have fixed the started, the ignition wiring, the Throttle position sensor. And it still will not start. It seems to do it after it sits for a while, like over night, or while I'm at work. Please help?

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  • samcauley Apr 17, 2009

    Yes, I am pretty sure. I hope you can help.

  • samcauley Apr 20, 2009

    But do you find it odd that it did this all last summer, right up until October and then suddenly stopped and now recently the problems has started right back up again.

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Exactly when you say it does not start, are you telling me it turns over, but does not start.
or is it not turning over at all

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  • james shack Apr 18, 2009

    have your battery load tested most of your parts store will be glad to test it for u

    shack


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