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1999 bmw 323I wont start battery fully charged power to the statrer

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Is it getting fuel??? u might have a bad fuel pump

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Does the engine turn over when you try to start it? Or is it just dead silent? Your engine requires a lot of power to start, where the lights on your dash/etc require very little power. It's not uncommon for the battery to be able to power everything in the car but not have enough power to start the engine. Check the voltage at the battery when you're trying to start it. it should be around 12 volts. Try a jump start if you don't have a voltmeter. If it starts when hooked up to another cars battery then your battery is the problem.

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