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2002 GMC standard wonr start Batteries new and good just one click when turn key no ignition or starter engage??

HAV STANDARD TRANS DEPRESS CLUTCH TO FLOOR NOTHING HAPPENS BATTERIES NEW AND GOOD NOTHING PREVIOUS TO INDICATE A PROB. HAS ONLY ONE CLICK WHEN I TRUN KEY THEN NOTHING///???

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Check the starter

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SOURCE: Truck won't start. It won't even turn over

ing. switch or relay. does truck have aftermarket remote starter if so look for loose conn.

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SOURCE: 2001 jimmy not starting

You can try this==== take a screw driver and tap on the relay switch with the handle while somebody is turning the ignition. This is only a test, not a definate solution. If you haven't already, check the starter solonoid. My opinion, if the ignition was bad, it wouldn't even click at the relay, but without testing it's hard to say.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 GMC Suburban 4x4 1500

Check the wires on starter solenoid to make sure they are in the right spot. Sounds like the ignition wire terminal on the solenoid is getting constant power. I hope this helps!

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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SOURCE: GMC Sierra Won't Start. Battery Good. Tried Jump

If you know the batter is good.

Check the Starter to see it is getting power.

Get a test light [6.00] and see if the starter will light up the test light.
If not - then you may need a new starter. From the sounds of it you might want to take it to a professional as this can be a very labor intense job because the starter has to come out the bottom.

Posted on Mar 21, 2010

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SOURCE: 2002 GMC Envoy, i put the key in ignition and

Ignition switch and neutral safety switch. Next time it happens wiggle thekeys in the ignition switch and try to restart.If it starts its probably the ignition switch. Then locate neutral safety switch on brake pedal and put meter on B+ wire from switch to starter relay and see if you get B+ on the would -be- crank. Next locate B+ wire from starter relay to starter hook a meter to it and see if you get B+ on the would -be crank.
Where ever B+ is missing is your problem.

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