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Navara battery Is battery dead ? Had problem starting for last 8 months . Recently has got worse until now it won't start at all . I tried charging it but still won't start . I only changed the battery 3 years ago because the same problem . Battery is a varta silver which has a 5 year guarantee . Think my problem could be , the truck is seldom used . If used is only for short distances. 2006 model still only 42k miles

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If there's no water in the battery then it might not be any good.

Posted on Mar 19, 2014

Testimonial: "Thanks for the reply . I think the battery is a sealed unit . Got a new one being delivered today . Just hoping it's not the starter . Cheers"

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    Adams umar Aug 15, 2014

    Changed the starter motor and solenoid and Hey Presto ! Starts 1st time every time . Thanks for everyone's advice though .

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This is definitely a camshaft sensor malfunction, you can get away with not replacing it for awhile but eventually when it goes the car will stop starting, the sensor will need to be replaced hence why your car isn't starting but intermittently. Its easy to do and will take about 30 minutes to do, its just a pain to get to.

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