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If a 1993 Dodge Spirit will not start but accessories and lights are OK and the ignition cylinder seems to have advanced one notch preventing ignition contact could this be the problem?

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2015-07-16 19:32:03
2015-07-16 19:32:03

this has happned to my 93 dodge spirit just this week. brought it to the repair shop and it was the starter. if its the original starter(i am not the original owner) then im supposing it was due. overall, this is a good car and worth the money for the infrequent repairs. very few problems and a reliable, trustworthy friend. .

It could be the back of the ignition key cylinder, they are prone to breaking. If the key feel like it turns farther now, but it doesn't crank, that is probably the cause.

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