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Just last weekend my saturn wouldnt start. It wouldnt even turn over, which i know that the problem was the starter. We are fixing the starter today but the question is, last night when we bringing it home it seemed as if the battery was dead, when we have already had it checked and it was fully charged. The lights wont come on or anything. So could it be the starter and a dead battery, or possibly a wiring issue or something like that.

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Juno, You may have a dead cell in the battery, you may also have drained it from trying to crank the engine so much.

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