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Aztek will not start.

My 2001 Aztek will not start. I went outside to start it today and it wouldn't start, it just made a clicking sound. I unhooked the battery cables and hooked them back up, nothing. The battery is new so I am thinking it could be the starter. Any advice?

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  • bnrhea Feb 17, 2009

    Thanks for the advice, but it still didnt work. Any other suggestions?

  • bnrhea Feb 19, 2009

    Thanks, we did that today and the starter was fine, but it will still not start. ugh.. I'm truly at a loss.

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First check if battery if it is charge and try again ,or use one that have full charge.
If works you alternater is not charging,
Can also check alternater by pulling ground cable off wile car is running and if stops running change you alternater.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

  • v compos Feb 19, 2009

    yes most likly it is you starter,take it to you auto parts and have it test it

    and also turn the motor by hand to see if turns ,.

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