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Engine won't start

The engine won't start as if there is not enough supply of electricity
Battery seems working as horn and lights are working

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Try push starting. If it start easily with push starting your problem is either a weak battery (most likely) or a bad starter.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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    Try to check the stator primary or have it rewind if it

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