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When i start my car she want's to turn over but she's not i determined it;s not the battery because everything comes on what might the problem be

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The starter could be bad or a loose wire to the starter

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The starter draws 120-200 amps and if down a bit, the battery will not supply that kind of current.

The other loads you mention are puny by comparison only requiring a few amps and can be tolerated by a tired battery after it has a while to recover from the starting current it tried to deliver.

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