" means non-USA
(Sorry I'm in the San Francisco, Cali area
(we haven't even started your yesterday)).
The click is the sound of the solenoid (big click?)
located on the starter... you can tell it is the main connection after the battery post on the positive side... If cleaning does not
work... checking the fluid levels & charging the battery (yes, I got the new
part) ... then consider getting into testing THAT SOLENOID
... (by shorting across those big terminals on the starter... If the vehicle is in gear EXPECT it to TRY to DRIVE THROUGH
where-ever it is pointed...!!
don't expect the terminals
or shorting device look as pretty as they did before they were ABUSED.
the STARTER MOTOR is most likely at fault
(but again... check that GROUND first (at the starter).
The cheapest and best start is to inspect & clean the battery terminals (both ends of each). Always remove the GROUND side connection FIRST... and always put that GROUND terminal together LAST
THE reason is purely SAFETY
... If you are using a regular wrench (rather than a FULLY INSULATED BATTERY WRENCH) every possible contact with the POSITIVE side of the battery has EXPLOSIVE consequences.
Gloves & eyewear (goggles) are always recommended.
You should always have baking soda & PLENTY of fresh water IMMEDIATELY available in case you become contaminated.
Ideally using anti oxidant battery washers BEFORE final connection of those battery terminals.
Coleman 989 Battery Washers at EssenntialHardware com
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