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What can I do i have a 1996 dodge stratus that don't want to start I have had the battery and alternator and starter tested and there all good. If I push start it it will run but when i turn it off it so start again ?

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Are the spark plugs and plug wires ok? Worn plugs won't let the engine start like it should. Pushing makes the engine rev up and the spark is stronger as you push but a starter only does so much.

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