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Sometimes my 2003 aerio suskui will crank with no problem. The last few days, sometimes when you try to crank it won't connect. Checked the fuses, fuel pump comes on. what should w check?

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Check the negative battery cable from the battery connection to the location where this cable bolts to chassis ground. I had a similar problem and it turned to be a corroded negative battery cable which was attached to the metal chassis frame. I went to AutoZone and bought a new cable for about $12 buck and no more problems. The Aerio's are know to have this cable corrode and cause starting problems. Good Luck.

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