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Got a clicking when i go to crank my car have already replaced starter

Replaced ****** now i have a clicking when go to crank why,i have already replaced with new one

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Check battery. battery cables and all connections to starter from battery. also check ignition circuits.

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NOTE: some vehicles have the starter relay and starter mounted together as 1 unit. Sometimes the starter relay and starter are seperate. When I refer to "relay" it could also mean the starter and relay as 1 unit.
Note: "starter switch" is not to be confused with "key switch", although sometimes they are all one unit. The starter switch is usually mounted on the steering column and actuated by a metal rod. On units that are all one unit, the keyswitch/starter switch (both one unit) will have to be replaced. (this is a rare problem, so don't get worried just yet)
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