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Started the started stay engage while the car is running

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The spring that pulls the starter armature back has broken.... replace the starter

Posted on Apr 01, 2014

Testimonial: "i check we dealer tech and he say the started too but i find the costumer leave the windows down and was raining so water get inside so what i do start the car and put heter hi on floor mode to dry and that work star is good tks for you hint tintop11"

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