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Car not restarting after driving and switching off.

After driving the car (estate) and I swtich off the egnine, it would not start again. I have checked the battery, sometimes times it would work orther times it would not. The battery is new. It seems electrical but not sure.

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There is a fuel shut off switch located in the rear right side at the back of the car, just reset it.

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