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95 Range Rover Classic New battery but will not start will not even turn the the starter motor do I need a new starter motor? The car had been starting without issue up until this incident. this has happened once before where the car would mysteriously would not start after stopping to fill it up and then turned over and started.

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It is very possible that the starter is going out your R.R. Since starters very rarely just go completely out, the problem becomes intermittent when the starter stops on bad internal contacts. The starter on your RR is fairly simple to replace, and i'm sure you can handle this project yourself if you choose to do so. Also you can take the starter off and take it to autozone or a parts store like that and have them test the starter to verify that it is failing.

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