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WTotten

WTotten 6/24/2019

2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser Limited 4 Cyl 2.40L

Engine

turn the key but car won't start no clicking sound or anything pretty sure it is not the battery although the battery li

i turn the key and the gauges come on, lights too but it won't start. no click and no sound. Im sure it is not the battery. but it did start when i jumped with jumper cables. battery light is on. I'm pretty sure its electrical because the gauges would sometimes flicker when driving

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roland

roland 6/24/2019

if it started when you used jumper cabls (to the battery) then either the battery is weak, or it is poorly connected to its clamps. So check out the battery cables at the battery and also trace the -
gound cable to where it attahes to the vehicle. Otherewise, I have to believe that your battery is discharged or faulty.

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roland

roland 6/24/2019

if it started when you used jumper cabls (to the battery) then either the battery is weak, or it is poorly connected to its clamps. So check out the battery cables at the battery and also trace the -
gound cable to where it attahes to the vehicle. Otherewise, I have to believe that your battery is discharged or faulty.

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roland

roland 6/24/2019

if it started when you used jumper cabls (to the battery) then either the battery is weak, or it is poorly connected to its clamps. So check out the battery cables at the battery and also trace the -
gound cable to where it attahes to the vehicle. Otherewise, I have to believe that your battery is discharged or faulty.

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roland

roland 6/24/2019

if it started when you used jumper cabls (to the battery) then either the battery is weak, or it is poorly connected to its clamps. So check out the battery cables at the battery and also trace the -
gound cable to where it attahes to the vehicle. Otherewise, I have to believe that your battery is discharged or faulty.

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roland

roland 6/24/2019

if it started when you used jumper cabls (to the battery) then either the battery is weak, or it is poorly connected to its clamps. So check out the battery cables at the battery and also trace the -
gound cable to where it attahes to the vehicle. Otherewise, I have to believe that your battery is discharged or faulty.

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roland

roland 6/24/2019

if it started when you used jumper cabls (to the battery) then either the battery is weak, or it is poorly connected to its clamps. So check out the battery cables at the battery and also trace the -
gound cable to where it attahes to the vehicle. Otherewise, I have to believe that your battery is discharged or faulty.

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