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check to see if the other starter you put on drained your battery that is usually what the click means is that the battery doesnt have enough juice to make the starter turn your engine over its just got enough to make the starter try to engage and as soon as the load of the engine is put on it cant do anymore, so check your battery make sure its has a good charge. if your battery is charged and you still only get the click noise then you need to make sure all your connections are tight and are making good metal to meatal contact so that the electricity can flow through it all properly and the voltage from the battery can get to the starter
I have a 93 dodge dakota pick up. When I turn the key I get nothing, The radio and the lights work fine. I had starter checked and the battery changed, It will run if you push it to start but not with the key.
hi I'm litoshop if your only getting a click then you may have one or two problems check starter relay in power distributor center the first relay is the starters if that's ok then the solenoid on the starter my be bad or the carbon brushes in the starter try tapping the starter with a hammer lite taps and try to start if it starts then it's the carbon brushes in side the starter good luck if this information has been useful please let us know thank you.
Disconnect the battery negative terminal. Remove the one large and one small wires from the starter. Starter is secured to transmission with one bolt and one nut/lockwasher. I think they are 9/16" fasteners.
the distributor and coil have nothing to do with charging, the alternator, voltage regulator. amp gauge on the dash, battery and ignition switch ,,thats your charging system, and its always a problem on these older ramchargers most people who have had these trucks for a long time know this , i put 3 batterys 2 alt. 2 voltage regulators in my 87 and a starter , tell me the whole story and ill tell ya what you have to do
If the battery is charged and the starter solenoid clicks then the problem is the the starter solenoid contacts are worn out and not making a good connection, they can be replaced, here is a link to a company that sells them, they are very cheap. http://www.iowamotorparts.com/index.htm