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Why would a car not start after the first turn of the ignition but after the second turn?

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2005-11-29 02:51:23
2005-11-29 02:51:23

I'd need a little more information on that one. E-mail me at: a_d_kirkwood@excite.com and we can discuss the details. Age of vehicle, is it injected or carburated, how many miles, when was the last tune-up, is it using oil, have you run a compression check... Let's see where this goes after I get some more information.

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