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My car is not starting at all. I've replaced the fuel pump and the alternator, and now I am being told it is a wiring problem. I need a professional mechanic to come out and tell me what is wrong with my vehicle.

A: Wiring issues can be tough to diagnose. You...

Wiring issues can be tough to diagnose. You can enlist the help of mechanic from YourMechanic who will come to your location and who has the training and equipment to assist you. You can schedule a trained qualified mechanic to come out and diagnose the cause of your no start issue.

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