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Symptom is of a flat battery but I know the battery is fully charged
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your pendix on your starter might be stuck, lay down under blazer and tap on the starter with the handle of a srew driver or a small hamme to see if it frees the pendix. You may have a faulty starter. You can jump the starter with a screw driver to see if it works, but if your not familar with that I don't suggest you try that.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
take a hammer and tap on the starter while someone tries to start it if it cranks put new brushes and bushings in it. also there is a small brass or copper bolt that goes to the solonoid. make sure it's tight and not croaded.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
If the battery is fully charged and it will not turn over but will start if you push it, they it is safe to assume the starter may be bad. But before removing the starter and having it tested make sure all the wiring at the starter is connected and not loose. Also check the connections at the battery and clean them throughly. Check the battery cables for swelling or or cuts. After you clean the battery connections and are sure all cables are good and connections are tight then remove the starter and take it to an auto parts store for testing.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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