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My car does start at all and i keep taking to mechanics for repair sometimes it start

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Is your question "Why does my car start sometimes and sometimes it doesn't?" It could be many many issues- which i why your mechanic is having trouble figuring it out. I would first check to be sure your battery is in good shape. if it's more than 8 years old it needs to be replaced.

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