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91 lincolntown car won't start don't even crank battery is tested and is good wen to store now is just dead

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Put the car in neutral and back into park and try again. Or just put it in neutral and try. If that works all is good. If not then your battery is bad (a high internal resistance) The only way to verify if the battery is good is to test it under load with a special machine, or by a professional.

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Run a self test on the computer for any trouble codes that might be stored that will lead us to the problem, Kragen auto and others will do this for free. get back to me on this thread with those codes.

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air intake gasket maybe is going bad or check the coil

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Could be the starter motor, bad battery connection, starter motor solenoid, faulty ignition switch, siezed up engine.
Turn the head lights on and try to crank the engine, if you hear a click and the lights dim, it is a bad battery or a loose battery lead. If you hear a click and lights don't dim, bad starter. If you don't hear a click, it is the starter solenoid. If nothing at all, bad ignition switch.

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SOURCE: 2000 bonneville will not crank-battery good-starter good

Its probably ur fuel pump jus got mines fixed n then samething seemed to happen again n it was the alternator

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