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I have a 98 yukon which is having trouble starting. I have a brand new battery. How do i know if is the starter or carbureator

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You can take the starter off and take it to get tested

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Make sure your engine is not seized up. If the engine cannot rotate, neither will the starter. Next step is to determine that the car can control the starter. Easiest way to do this is to jump the battery and solenoid wires at the starter, in the car, while it is in park or neutral, with the ignition on. If the starter can be made to manually start the vehicle, the problem is in the control circuit. If not, either the new starter is no good or you still have power cabling or battery issues.

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Park neutral safety switch maybe be the reason for the no crank ! Try putting the vehicle in park ,then try to crank the engine . Testing the electrical circuit is the best way to trouble shoot this problem , along with do a voltage drop test on the starter circuit ! This will test the battery cables an connections .
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