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Question by crystal
Submitted on 4/16/2007
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i have a 1999 ford taurus and i have put in a new battery and 3 months later my car wouldn't start and i had to have a jump took out a fuze under the dash and jumped it after the fuze and then no problems then i bought a new fuze and put it under the dash where the other one was and 3 days later i had to have a jump again 5 time in that day then i took it to the shop and they tole me that it was my theft system so i brought it home after they told me that it has to go to the dealer and i came home and called the dealer and they told me that it is not that theft system and now it has to be jumped please help took it to autozone where i go th battery and they told me that it is not the battery or the alernater or the starter please help thanks


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