Q: Car not starting after ignition recall fix.

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My car will not start. The lights and everything work, but as soon as I try to start it, it clicks, and everything goes dead. It makes a buzzing sound, and after a minute or two the lights, radio, and everything else looks good, until you try to start it and everything goes dead again. I took it to the Chevy dealer recently for an ignition switch recall.

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