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I try to start my Nissan Altima 2006 and its like the starter is dragging I replaced the starter but still does the same can someone help me please

I've replaced starter and battery still sounds like its dragging.

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Was any major work done to it recently? If not find some who has experience and ask them to take another car and use 24 volts to start it once and it may start and be fine. When I rebuild engines I have to do this sometimes. PLEASE MAKE SURE THE PERSON KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT THEY'RE DOING.

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Dragging is an unusual term but I think I know what you mean by its a slow start the problem should be your alternator when working on starting issuses always start with the battery then head to the alternator the stated should be the last thing to check advance auto parts and AutoZone will check the battery and alternator for free

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