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Starter will not work

I fully charged the battery. I can hear the salenoid click but the starter will not turn over. suspect starter motor.

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  • flyingsiple Dec 03, 2008

    I'll give it a try, Thanks. flyingsiple.

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First check the ground to the motor then replace starter.

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