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Car periodically will not start. Battery is new. Had it towed once and then of course it started. Can sometimes sit for awhile and then start. They said the starter tested ok.

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  • Dave Mar 11, 2011

    When not starting, what happens? Turns over or just clicks like it's dead?

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Start by checking your grounds, then check to make sure no connections are loose, check your battery terminals (make sure they are clean and tight), check your starter relay, and if all of that checks out it will most likely be the ignition switch.

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