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Thank you Will let you know the outcome. If this doesn't work, what would my next step be? Replacing the starter? Am getting no noise at all from the starter...no clicking or turning, and past experience would tell me that it was something else...but will try the hammer this evening when I get home. Thank you again

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Tell me what happens also while turning the key, see if have power to the big wire on the starter with a test light.

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