Q: 2006 Pontiac GTO not always starting up

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I got in my car to start it up a few days ago. I turned the key and it started with no problem. The car stayed running. Then a few days later when I turned the key nothing happened. It didn’t start. My dashboard was working though. Then after turning my key a few times it started up and stayed running. Do you have any idea what might be wrong with my car? Do you think it’s my batter terminals?

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