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Q: New battery dead from trying to start car.

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The car had a new battery in it. The battery is dead from trying to start the car.

A: This engine had quite a few different issue...

This engine had quite a few different issues that may of caused a no start. The list is ignition module, distributor stator, fuel pump, fuel pump relay, timing belt, ignition coil and wiring issues. The only way to fide the failure is to have a technician inspect your car out to narrow it down and quote the repairs needed to start your car.

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