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89 s10 4.3l clicks but wont start can it be a electrical grounding problem?

I just replaced the radiator and it started right up. but the overflow hose srated to leak. when i fixed that hose i went to start it back up and it just clicked. i didnt touch any wires that i am aware of. i did move the batterie around alot to instal the radiator but it is back in the same place. could i have disconected a ground wire on accident? i looked for everything i could and everywhere i was at but it still just clicks.

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Have you verified the engine will turn over by hand? Disconnect the battery, get a socket that will fit the crankshaft bolt and try to turn the engine over. If OK, reconnect your battery cables, use your digital volt meter, place the negative lead of the meter to the positive battery cable post and the positive meter lead to the start solenoid stud at the starter. You should not see more than 0.5 volts. If you see more than that, your positive cable is bad.
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