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Silonoid clicking but won't turn over

Drove the wrangle all day, got back in and all i got was the clicking from the silonoid. I had the battery laod teste, checked out fine. Replaced the starter, still the same problem. Cables are good. I pushed started it to fire, ran around, gauge shows charging, turn it off nad again the clicking, it doesn't even try to crank the moter, straight to clicking sound.

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  • suitesgrl Jan 12, 2009

    thanks, let me know if you find a fix.

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