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Starting problems the starter will not turn. the battery is good.

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It could be your ignition switch, or the startic relay or the starter solenoid...

trace the power from ur battery to ur starter...

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Verify the engine will rotate by hand with a wrench on the front pulley make sure it will turn all the way around at least two full turns if so make sure the starter positive cabel has good voltage and nothing is corroded, nedt make sure the starter "S" wire which is the one that gets power when you turn the ignition has power when you try to start if so the starter is bad and if not then the neutral start switch if its and automatic is bad or the clutch start switch if its a manual transmission

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