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Starter Problems? My 1995 dodge caravan will run perfectly, 170,000 miles on it but now when you go to start it, it often just clicks once and the starter refuses to turn over. I have noted that in heat it starts much easier than in the cold now as well.

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I would suggest that you check your battery cable connections and where they are connected to , and clean them.. especially the ground cable (black). It sounds like you have a "connection" problem

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