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Q: My 95 Mitsubishi 3000gt won't start. All the lights turn on, battery is good. I don't know what too do

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It drove fine last night before it broke. Now, nothing...

My car has 227680 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

A: I’d recommend having a mechanic come to you...

I’d recommend having a mechanic come to you and check it out to see if you have a starter or a ignition/fuel problem. There’s not enough information for me to really narrow it down for you. I’d recommend getting some help from a mobile mechanic who can come to you and diagnose the starting problem for you, plus you won’t have to pay for a tow into a shop.

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