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My car won't start. there is clicking, but no turnover.

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My husband had a manual push button starter put under our dash, now we just turn the key on and push the button and it starts right up! we went thru the repair procedures, new battery, starter, etc. ,nonen of that worked. this does!

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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