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Kind of a shot in the dark with the information given, but here is where I would start.. When you have the A/C on, the ECU will typically raise the idle to compensate for the extra load. I am thinking you have a dirty throttle body, that is not allowing enough air to get through to allow it to idle properly. When the ECU raises the idle, it is now letting ...


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There should be two main posts on your starter solenoid which have wires attached to them. The main one getting power from the battery. The other is the energizer from the ignition switch. Test the starter by jumping these two posts with a screwdriver (briefly), to see if the engine will turn over. If this works, this is likely a problem with the ignition ...



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