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My car has plenty of power but when I try to turn it on it doesn't even turn over. There's a click in the fuse box area but nothing from the starter area.

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Is the clutch fully down? (no rubber mat or carpet under it). Does the interoir light dim when you try to start it?

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Probably needs a starter, need to check to be sure voltage is getting to starter when cranking

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My car will not start. There is no clicking noise. the battery has been charged. I even tried jumping it there's nothing. A friend of mine checked the fuses and he says they're all ok. The engine is a...


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My 87 conquest does nothing when i try to start. what happens when the starter relay is bad, will the starter even turn over


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