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Nothing happens when I turn ignition key in hayundai excell Will clutch start just fine

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Dear friend-if proper procedures were taken in the attemp to start the vehicle then we must look at the wiring,on the starter there is a small terminal that we need to remove,attach a test light to this terminal and the other end to the body.follow starting procedure and if light lites up the wiring is ok repair starter,if not litting up repair wiring or ign or micro switch at clutch peddle.

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