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It wont start wnt too know three reasons what it could be it starts when it want to

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    yadayada Jul 02, 2010

    have no idea, just three?

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It could also be a bad ignition cylinder

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Either bad connection to the starter solenoid 1 starter solenoid itself going bad 2 the positive battery cable going to the starter from the battery needs replacement.
solutions check fuse for starter, replace positive battery cable, replace starter

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