06 Infiniti G35 - Car won't start

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Asked by Dec 18, 2015 at 05:54 AM about the INFINITI G35

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

nor will not respond to a jump. Battery is good,
bought a new one JUST to be 100% sure. When I
turn the ignition switch (I'm not using a key to start
it), I hear ONE click. All of the lights are operating
as they should. The car began acting up a few
weeks ago. When I would get in after grocery
shopping and turn the key, it wouldn't start. At that
time, I could throw some cables on and it would
start right up. The more frequently this occurred,
the harder it became to get it to turn over, until
finally, nothing.....I tried the "tapping on the stater
trick, but that too did not work. Starter? Alternator?

2 Answers

23,225

so take it to a good mechanic-

365

Either one is easy to change. Sounds like the starter. Call me tomorrow and I'll send you a used one. 225-749-3161. Seriously. My name is Matt.

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