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Old 01-03-2012, 07:52 AM   #1
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Default car wont start. battery?

my 2000 sl2 saturn wont start. i was told it was my battery. i replaced it and it still wont start. my question is does the cold cranking amps matter? i replaced a 650 cca battery with a cheap 525 cca battery. i was told smaller engines take more to start it up so would that be why its not starting still?
I talked to pepboys and they said its probably the fuel pump and it would cost over 800 bucks to fix it plus 90 bucks to see whats wrong with it and 50 bucks to tow it there.
i guess im hoping its not the fuel pump and something simple like a need a stronger battery to crank it started.


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