Question about 1995 Nissan Pickup
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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make sure you have power going to the starter large terminal with a test
light. if you have power there next, have a friend try to turn it over while you
check the small terminal for power when the key is being turned to the start
position. If both have power replace starter.
Hope this helps. Mike
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