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After driving 2or3 hours en when I turn the engine off. Then I have problem to start the engine again. A new battery is already change

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Almost sounds like your alternator has a problem and the car is using the battery power to run

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

  • d_gajadhar Sep 06, 2010

    No is not the alternator. the charging system is good. What about the computerbox?



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