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My guess, A/T tranny car.........?????
dies it jumper cable jump start off a running car.?
yes, battery bad, battery not charged or charging system in car bad.
no, then will the gear shift, or start in neutral.
do 1 to 6.
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7 & 8 is m/T cars. they start 3 ways.

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