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Battery is good but when I turn the key to start theirs nothing

I checked the starter relay, it's good / the battery in fully charged ????

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Do you have power in and out of the neutral safety switch ?
Will it crank in neutral ?

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You are most likely on the right track by checking the starter wires, there is a thin wire normaly 8mm on the starter these often orrode and then the car will not start due to poor connection. I think like you say just a matter of checking the wiring.

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SOURCE: Will not start or come out of park. no lights and dash board dims when key is turned? battery has fully charge.

Using a voltmeter, check that voltage is identical to battery volts at the other end of cables. Check across the battery terminals, across connectors on battery, between negative post on battery and connection at starter, between positive post and end of negative cable then from postiive post and block. Wherever you find a variation, clean and re-check reading.If this does not help, there are sub system teststs you can do as well but I believe you will likely locate your problem before getting into that.

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SOURCE: Car wont start and get a clicking sound from the relay box.

hi there, from my experience this sounds like a simple starter motor failure, remove the starter and test in on a bench before replacing,
any other help please ask
regards roger

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check that the fuel is getting to the engine... your fuel pump might have seized

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SOURCE: Starter location on a 2002 Kia Sedona

Its under the turbo on the back of the engine.

battery

It is situated near the battery.

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