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Car has power, lights all work. tried to jump car, but wont work. any suggestions?

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Well lets start by trying to tap on the started while someone else tries to start vehicle.
Next vehicle needs full voltage to start, everything else will work on low voltage.
Try putting transmission in neutral and start it.
Hope that helps

Posted on May 12, 2010

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