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Clicking noise will not turn over after placing positive connector

The connector on the positive side of the battery had to be replaced. I replaced it but know I have power but the Toyota Sequoia makes a clicking noise when I turn the key.. Otherwise it's not turning over.

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The clicking noise you are hearing. is generated from low voltage to the starter. the solenoid will not stay closed. to bring primary voltage to starter motor.
solution take battery to local parts store have it fully charged, then load tested. the fully charged battery,
should be the answer.

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