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My car is not always starting. I have replaced the battery and both battery cables. It will just not start every now and then. I can push start it and then while i am coasting i will turn it off and turn it back on and it will start. it is happening more often now. is it the starter that needs to be replaced or is there something else i can be overlooking?

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If you mean that you turn the key to the start position then, yes, it could be bad wiring, defective starter, faulty ignition switch, or starter relay.

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