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Starter tested good. i put it back in and still nothing

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Battery or ignition switch perhaps?

You can jump the starter on the car to confirm it has the juice to crank. Then you need to check the wires out of the starter key switch to see if you have juice coming out. You could also check at the starter relay.

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