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94 Plymonth Voyager won't start

My car is making a clicking noise when i turn the key over...but my starter solenoid checked out good...and my altenator is also good...what could it be now????

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  • kirksey3000 Jan 13, 2009

    It souds like it won'ts to start at first..but then theres a series a clicks

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I believe it might be your engine or muffler i have had the same problem call a car engineer it might be the engine might need to be oiled or it sounds like something might be loose back there. i suggest u should get a car check up at least every two months.

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When you turn key to start does it click just 1 time or a series of clicks

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