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Starting problem sometimes car won't start everything goes dead like the battery is no good all the gauges begin to tick wildly, the only way to fix it is to remove both battery cables any idea what maybe causing this and what I can do to fix this problem?

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Either the battery is dead, the connections aren't metal to metal contact, or the solenoid/starter is wearing out. Most part stores will test batter, starter, and altenator while in the vehicle.

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