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It won't start

Sometimes I go to start my van and it won't start. There is a clicking noise. There are no lights coming on or anything. It is not the starter, or battery. Any ideas??? Thanks

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  • kristaandtra Jan 10, 2009

    The terminals are fine. Any other ideas?

  • access206 Mar 27, 2009

    I have the same problem I put a new batterry and cleaned the clamps but still no start but it makes a clicking whenever i turn it on.

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I had the same problem on a jeep grand cheroke and it was a bad connection plus a weak barrery check THOSE CONNECTIONS ON THE TERMINALS AND USE BAKING SODA AND WIRE BRUSH TO CLEAN THEM WITH THE SODA WILL BOIL AND NEUTALIZE THE ACID CORROSION AROUND TERMINALS THEN APPLY SMALL AMOUNT OF FREASEON TERMINALS B4 REATTACHING THE CABLES,,,GOOD LUCK

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Check your battery terminals for corrosion, it will look like a white crummy substace

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