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Can a bad starter cause low voltage?

A starter that's failing may crank the engine too slowly for a quick start, or it may not start at all. Sometimes the problem is not the starter, but a low battery or cable connection. Is this true? Your customer needs a new battery if it doesn't take a charge and the battery's voltage is low.

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