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It seems like there is a bad connection in the electrical system

It seems like there is a bad connection in the electrical. the battery is only 2 years old. sometimes it seems like it is having a hard time starting. other times is totally dead, and other times it starts just fine

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It looks like your accumulator is nearing its life span 'cos it not storing the charge. Get a replacement. To check whether alternator is charging your battery, start your engine and remove one one of the cable attached to the battery and if the engine stop then you have a problem with the alternator. Get a mechanic to fix it.

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