I need help. I have 99 lexus gs300 it will crank but won't start. My car died at the local McDonald's n one gentleman said maybe the wire to the battery is loose. Need different inputs.

Asked by Aug 11, 2015 at 02:11 AM

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It could be a lose connection, bad ground, the battery could be weak, there could be corrosion on the terminals

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