Question about 1994 Dodge Caravan
The click you hear is the starter solenoid engaging. Most of the time this condition means the starter is ready to be replaced. As a matter of fact this happened to me of my F150 pickup just a few weeks ago.
The red (+) lead of the battery should have a large wire running down to the starter. The starter is located at the rear portion of the engine down low. Just follow the battery lead and you will see it. The solenoid is located on the top of the starter. try tapping the starter, (medium hard) with a hammer and try to start the engine. With me this worked.
The best way to check the starter is to take the car (if you can get it going) to a place like Auto Zone
If you need a new starter, I suggest you get a rebuilt one. Just as good and cheaper. BTW a new starter will come with a new solenoid already mounted.
Hope this helps Loringh
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