Starting problems can consist of a number of different causes, such as a battery problem,stater-motor faulty, bad earths,poor/corroded connections.alternator not charging correctly or over charging and caused some damage to a circuit,ignition key fault to the immobilizer circuit.
This is just to mention a few circuits that can cause the same symptom.
If you are going to jump start a vehicle,then make sure you connect the terminals correctly and once the vehicle starts leave connected for at least five minutes ,any sudden voltage surges can do damage to ecu,s on your vehicle.
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