Question about Jaguar Cars & Trucks
Just a clicking sound
Either your battery voltage is too low, the battery is worn out, or the contacts in your starter solenoid are not making a good connection. One tip, never hold the key in the crank position if it will not crank, this can shorten the life of your starter. You can try cranking it repeatedly, and if the contacts are bad it should eventually try to crank after a few tries. I see this problem all the time. Otherwise, take your battery in and have it load tested to check the condition of it.
Posted on May 05, 2013
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