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Ignition Ny 350 Z is a 2005 doing about 17,000km. Yesterday I tried starting but all the ignition lights cam on but no tumble. I tried about 5 times before it started. There is a saftey where you need to push down on the clutch before you start, but I did that and still had that problem. Ryan

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You could have a starter solenoid problem or an ignition problem.

an ignition problem would not likely to occur yet at 17,000 km. so a starter solenoid problem could be the culprit.

you have to bring down the starter and check the solenoid's terminal for loose or broken connection.

check also you battery terminal/cables...it may just be a simple case of dirty battery terminals...

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