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1995 plymout grand vogager wont start. good starter good switch good relay god neutral safety switch, operates only when i ground staqrter relay and rear lift gate stqrt to work too

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Come back to me and slow down as i cant make out what the second part of your problem is and what you are saying.adrian,,,,,

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