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Engine won't turn completely over sometimes

I've been having problems starting my trailblazer sometimes the engine will turn but it like it won't catch. I have to turn the ignition several times before the engine turns completly over. But it seems like the ignition is causing a delay I can turn the key but it a few second delay before the engine will actually respond???

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I would bet on the Starter solenoid, I would replce the whole starter (usually the solenoid is inisde the starter on new cars

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