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This sounds like a bad starter,the first thing to do is have the starter checked,if you have a draw tester see how much its drawing, you can test small wire at the starter when you have key in the crank postion and theres power to small wire at rear of starter then i would say starter is no good,note; there are two wires at rear of starter, one battery cable that has full power at all times then the small wire that only has power when key is in crank postion.

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