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Truck won't start

The battery is fine, but the truck won't turn over or make any clicking noises.  Someone suggested it could be the starter solenoid.  What's the best way to diagnose the problem and fix it?

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  • miamaaaan Jan 08, 2009

    I have the same problem. today i started the truck as usuall. when i went to turn it on the truck it did not seem to start. the truck makes the usual sounds, althought it makes more beeping sounds than before, I checked the battery and the battery is fine., the only thing i have doubts about is the terminals. due to age and the like, the connection is not very good, how can i change the terminals. and also, i am going to take the starter to have it cheked out and keep you posted. OH, could it be the starter relay?

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Hope this helps. Mike

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tnx 4 using fixya,

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