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Car won't start we think it might be the starter

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What makes you think its the starter,has the car being plying up,not enough info.adrian,,,,

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Try boost first then if that dont work try hitting the starter with a hammer or something hard while someone tries starting while you hitting it if it starts it mean the starter is gone

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