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1989 ranger..engine turns slow when trying to start

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Possibilities are 1) Bad battery, 2) Bad battery cables, 3) Bad starter, 4) Damaged engine. If it will turn over properly with a jump from another vehicle your best bet is a weak battery.

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Need a new battery

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