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No year.?
no brand modle?
no engine option, (gas or diesel and displacement)?
3 times impossible.
Totally Integrated Power Module (why worry that)
why not diagnos it , got tools?

wont crank?
or cranks fast but will not start (guess this)
if my guess is right> ? then its check spark time.
all gas motors, if diesel , not.

Posted on Nov 24, 2013

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DESCRIPTION

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