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Car won't start, battery seems good, lights come on and stay on strong. Like no spark, just turns over?

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In this case i would suspect ign key or a dirty earth wire look at the battery terminals and make sure they are clean i would say its the low power wire from the ign to the starter a smaller wire to the center of the starter//broken,you likly had start /on off before this happened.adrian,,,,,

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