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BAD NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE WILL CAUSE POOR GROUND PROBLEMS BUT MORE LIKELY THE PROBLEM COULD BE BOTH BATTERY CABLES WORN. IF THEY BEEN ON THE VECHICLE A LONG WHILE THEY WILL CAUSE HIGH RESISTANCE IN BATTERY CABLES CRANKING CIRCUIT.

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