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My car died this morning after spuddering for a couple miles and not wanting to start, it had NO acceleration. and now it won't restart.

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Try checking the bulbs in the holders of your headlights 1 might be burnt.

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1991 Corsica headlights will not burn. Is there a hidden fuse or connection that may be defective? The turn signals are affected as well.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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    The battery is fine and the mileage is around 100K. There was no noise connected with the headlights not burning.

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I need to understand more then I can give you some of my ideas.

1. How’s the battery?
2. What’s the mileage?
3. Did you hear any noise when you start the car or just hear click noise?

Let’s try step by step to help you.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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Have you checked to see if it has any fuel pressure? If it has fuel check to see if you have a good strong spark

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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