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Toyota celica vvti

Car doesnt start,no ignition spark

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Leave the jumper connected for about 10 minutes at least to get the battery some charge. If that doesn't work, wait another 10 minutes.

Remember that when you first connect the jumper cable, the good car is charging the battery AND trying to start the car.

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