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STARTER SELONOID OR DIRTY BATTERY CABLES OR LOOSE CONNECTION ON STARTER.iF YOU REPLACE STARTER REPLACE WITH COMPLETE UNIT NOT JUST SELONID GOOD LUCK.PS BE SURE BATTERY IS UP TURN LIGHTS ON AND HAVE SOMEONE WATCH THEM AS YOU TRY AND START TO BE SURE THEY DON`T GO OUT IF THEY DO--- GO TO CONNECTIONS ON BATTERY OR TRY JUMPING GOOD LUCK
Hello! The starter motor and solenoid are one unit...There are different starter motors dependent on auto or manual transmission...I'll send them both...Photo #1 is for an automatic and Photo #2 a manual...Cost is around $150...Trust me...I feel your pain...Guru...Saailer