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Won't start I have a 2006 forenza that is having start problems. It has been having this problem ever since I had the transmission replaced. After you have driven it, you have to let it sit for 30 minutes to an hour before it will crank again. When you turn the key it just makes a clicking noise. After about an hour it will start, though, which is really weird. I've searched the web but found no real solutions. Can you help me?

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Take it back to the shop and tell them what you said here...they should stand behind their work, if they messed it up, they should fix it for FREE!!!!

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