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My starter is clicking

I have a chevy 350 rwd moter and my starter just clicks with a jumper pack on it and over night charges the same thing is it the starter or batt tell me please.

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Hi there
to answer your question it could be a couple of things

the battery connections them selves (corroded) clean up both and reinstall then try if it does not work then it could be the connections at the starter disconnect battery and clean those , it that fails then its you starter solinoid and the starter will have to be replaced
thanks
don

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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