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1997 Buick LeSabre doesn t start everytime i try to start it could it be the starter problems

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It could be anything. Please describe "doesn't start", do you get power to you dash/headlights, etc? Does the starter wind up, and make a high whining sound. Does it crank very slowly, and die. Does it crank normally, but the engine refuses to fire?

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