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Boys brought a1992 magna exeutive been going wellparked in drive way next morning wouldnt start all vitalswell (petrol oil battery ) when turn key occasionally it clicks or nothing

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  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    petrol was low filled it up car started okay then next morning would not start was water in fuel but now okay but still won't fire.

  • Geoffrey White
    Geoffrey White Apr 21, 2015

    That click you mention is a classic sign of a dying battery that cannot hold a charge overnight

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Starter sounds like a good place to start.
Make sure battery is in good condition and fully charged, as wellas the battery cables and wiring to the starter(no corrision,0r looseness).

Posted on May 05, 2010

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