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MB SLK 23o intermittent no start when ignition turned on. Full battery power

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YOU COULD HAVE POOR BATTERY GROUND CABLE.YOU COULD HAVE FAULTY STARTER OR STARTER SOLENOID.SCAN VECHICLE FOR ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION CONTROL FAULT CODE.

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SOURCE: car doesn't start. when ignition is turned (new ignition) I hear a relay chatter and my horn sounds intermittely, Battery is new & tested goo

The chatter is due to low voltage. Check all the connections. The battery may have corrosion that lowers the voltage.

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