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Checked the fuses and relays still nothing unless you touch the 2 bolts on top of the battery terminal then it still wont start--almost like an old car flooding--all i get when key is turned on is the ding ding ding and the dome light comes on and the security system light

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  • Jeannie Ovalle Jul 31, 2009

    but none of the lights come on--on the dash when key is turned on



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Bad starter or wire going to the starter

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  • tonycap250 Jul 31, 2009

    your battery may be not strong enough can have that checked at most auto part stores for free.



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