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Electrical problem 2006 vitara.i have problem with the battery.after run long way not able to start again.i replace new battery,repair alternater and repair motor.but problem still remain.my mechanic cannot find any fault.he say evrything is ok.pls help me to sortout this problem.

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One of the most important thing even a pro mechanic miss...is the battery cable!! they get corroded inside, as well as the cable going to the alternator. replace those,clean all contacts. another most important thing you should check is all the ground contacts and neg cable. with out a negative source the positive is useless and can burn fuses, damage computers and the most problems of all it will damage the alternator. in most cases depending were you live..fuses can get corroded too. there are plenty of products to clean all electrical contacts and protectors. hope this works for you!

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Tell me exactly what happens w/turning the key.

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