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If the car is silent, no starter noises then this may be a dead starter with several starts needed on almost every startup. This can lead to premature starter wear. There's a simple test but relies on a good battery and battery connections. With automatic in Park, parking brake pulled, front jacked up to see starter terminals, short two terminals on the ...


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The root problem may well be the alternator since if it were bad or failing the battery would not be charged between starts and eventually you'd get to the point where there is no enough energy left in the battery to start the engine. But the first thing to check is the battery connections. Be sure that the connectors on the battery are tight and free of ...


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Alternators go bad between one start and the next. If the light was not on when you left the bodyshop then it is just coincidence. If it was on then you should have seen it when you collected it and the shop would have seen it when they tested the car at the end of their repairs. If this wqas the case then the repair shop will need to sort it.


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