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Old 11 May 2013, 06:33 pm
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Default I have 99 acura cl 2.3...wont start...i unplug alternator and it starts...?

New alternator doesn't solve problem
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Old 11 May 2013, 06:48 pm
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You must have a dead short in the alternator harness. Take it to a good auto electrical shop for proper diagnosis. Good Luck
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