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2004 Liberty will not start

I have a 2004 Liberty that started fine and then I parked. When I got back in, it would not start. The battery seems to be fine (radio, interior lights, windows all worked) but it would not start. When you turn the key, the fuse box makes a funny noise. I would think if it was the batter, the interior lights, radio, door locks and windows would not work. I am not sure though since I do not know enough about cars. I just do not want to be taken advantage of when I call the dealership.

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    the power locks will not lock when taken out of park and the interior lights will not shut off. What could be the cause?

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The solution for your problem is your starter went out. the price for a used starter will run at about 50 to 100 dollars and for a new starter it will run at about 150 to 175 dollars.

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