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Hi my 91 oldsmobile ninty-eight 3800 v6 wont start after i turned it off this happend b-4 and i just would get a boost but this last time i got a boost from a portable charger the battery exploded so i bought a new one and get a message of the key needing to be cleaned all tha lights inside work ,when i turn the key to start it nothing

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When you turn the key does it try to crank over? or just nothing at all? if nothing at all could be your ignition switch

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