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My 2008 CTS won’t start
When I turn the key over it dose nothing
The battery is up to 100 percent on charge
Everything works when key is on
But when I try to start the car it dose nothing
I just cleaned fuel injectors an replaced intake
Gaskets put everything together the car worked fine drove for two days
Drove it this morning ran fine
Went out a few hours later and would not do anything
Can you help me figure out what is wrong with i
 

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Does it turn over/crank?
 

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Are you a real person?
 

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Are you in the wrong forum?
 
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You have a CTS, not a CTS-V. Any codes?
 
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No offense but we have had a lot of one hit wonders lately.

As others have said- Does it try to crank or when you turn it over everything dies
 

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Bad battery
Battery is not bad up to 100% charge no check engine light turn key on everything works but nothing when try to start just hear everything turn on but the starter does nothing
Please Help
 

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Battery is not bad up to 100% charge no check engine light turn key on everything works but nothing when try to start just hear everything turn on but the starter does nothing
Please Help
 

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Pull the starter relay, jump it and see if it cranks. If it doesnt, check the connection on the starter to see if it's got power, and if the trigger wire gets power when you turn the key. If all these test good and you're positive the battery doesn't have a bad cell, go buy a starter.
 

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Pull the starter relay, jump it and see if it cranks. If it doesnt, check the connection on the starter to see if it's got power, and if the trigger wire gets power when you turn the key. If all these test good and you're positive the battery doesn't have a bad cell, go buy a starter.
Will try and let you know
Thanks
 
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