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How do you know if the starter is bad or the battery is bad on a 1991 nissan pickup truck

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If you put jump leads on and it turns over,the starters fine,if it dont turn over then your own battery is duff.

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How can I tell if my battery in my 1991 Nissen pickup is not working properly


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