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Car will not start light work fine battery ok?

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2008-03-05 21:14:29
2008-03-05 21:14:29

Out of gas? Fuel filter plugged?? Bad coil??? Electronic ignition problems???? Fuel pump bad????? And this list could go on and on and on..........

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