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Will not start will not turn over it just clicks

Installed new starter installed new battery what could be the problem

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Where do you hear clicking noise? perhaps faulty start relay? Double check all connections are tight, especially grounds.

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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SOURCE: batrtery or starter?

I would say battery or connections on the battery.

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SOURCE: After changing the starter and alternator and

Check and make sure you are getting power to the ignition switch and to the stator wire on the starter. Turn the key on and and measure the volts going to the starter on both wires. You should a atleast 12 volts going to the stator wire and to the main wire from the battery. If you are not getting power there it could be a fuseable link in the power wire from the ignition. I noticed that you replaced the ignition switch make sure the rod from the key switch has not come out of the switch.

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 98 monte carlo won't start,

same problem with my beretta. i was told its the alternator. they both have similar engines so im sure thats what it is.

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SOURCE: 2002 ford explorer wont start even after new battery...

Before you go changing out the starter check for a burnt out fusible link going to the starter it will look like a wire but acts as a fuse and they burn in two just like a fuse. The symptoms you just describe are those of a burnt fusible link.

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