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2000 ml 320 turn key and wont start full power on battery all dash lights come on just wont crank but i can go under neath the car and jump it at the starter and it fires right up

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    Trying to jump start car but won't fire

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Bad starter relay, not sure where its located.

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  • ed cook Jul 04, 2012

    mine does the same thing, but my relay is good , the battery has 13.2 volts

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