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My car will start and run....after I shut it off (it will start again right away) after sitting 30 or so minutes it won't start again. trying to turn over, just won't go all the way. It will start again after a couple of hours.

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It sounds like the starter maybe getting hot or there is a loose connection at the battery or bad battery

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