Q: i have a 2004 malibu classic 4 cyl, car will not turn over. I replaced the starter and the battery but still will turn over. what

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my car will not turn over, I replaced the battery and starter but still will not turn over, what else might it be?
My car has 129735 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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