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Only hear a click, click, click when turning the ignition

Could it be the starter or is it something simpler than that?

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  • nicerice Dec 16, 2008

    Haven't tried yet. I thought it was a no go, so I didn't even try it. Thanks.

  • nicerice Dec 16, 2008

    Thank you!

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Could possibly be the battery. what does it do when you try and boost it. ?

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith Dec 16, 2008

    get a boost and try to start it that way. if it starts and i would suggest it will... then you have narrowed the problem to either the battery or the alternator.



    Robert

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    Roberta Smith Jan 30, 2009

    please consider bumping this rating to a fixya... thanks

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