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Thank you Okay, am not getting anything ...no clicking or noise when trying to start. Always in the past with other vehicles would get something. Will try your suggestion and see what happens. Again, thank you.

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Try checking the fuse first if its okay what you could do ist get a wire and jump the starter disconnect the wire from the starter and just use any wire a speaker wire would work fine just connect it to the wire and then the battery and it should spin if it works because somtimes it gets stuck or just try tapping it simply not to hard and it should work

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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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