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Changed battery, starter, checked timing belt. Clicks but won't turn over.

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Find the click, may be a faulty relay.

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This car uses a Nippon Denso starter, this click means the heavy electrical contacts in the starter mountedr starter solenoid are burned, the solenoid works (the click u hear) but because of the burned contacts the starter gets no power to engage, u can replace the contacts only for around $15 from the following link, u will need the starter motor number.

http://www.iowamotorparts.com/index.htm

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