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WILL NOT CRANK.STARTER CHECKED,CYLINDER SWITCH REPLACED, BATTERY NEW ,NUETRAL SWITCH REPLACED, ALL FUSES CHECKED,STILL NO RESPONSE WHEN KEY IS TURNED TO THE START POSITION? WHAT COULD BE WRONG?

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Check you alarm.If you turn the key on and jump the starter and it cranks and runs for a few seconds then shuts off its.I beleave its your car alarm.Works of your door locks.

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