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Why would an acura legend ls 1993 wont start the battery is brand new the engine seems almost starting but it fells short you have changed the spark plugs the fuel filter could you please help?

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2005-11-13 02:16:27
2005-11-13 02:16:27

change your main relay, when it gets hot it it cant start the engine. I had same problem.

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