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Is there a relay to start the car at any time

I put the car on the machine it show that it is the crank position sensor on after it tell me I need a camp position sensor I do it but when it run on I turn it off it will not start on till 2 hour can I be help thank.

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There probably is a starter circuit relay in the fuse box or relay box under the hood but you have several things going wrong which makes me suggest you get trained local help. Because these things are rarely fixed by someone not having the car with them.

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