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Solenoid is bad. Depending on your skills, you can remove starter and replace solenoid. If you are not comfortable with this then just remove starter and replace it. Be aware there is a core charge for the starter when you buy new one so I would suggest removing old one and taking it with you to parts store, that way you won't have core charge and you can compare the two too ensure you have the right one.
Posted on Oct 19, 2013
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