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1994 plymoth voyager making clicking noise

I bought a new battery for my plymoth voyager because i was having to get it jumped off. it was a year old.I started having the same problem with my new one I took it to a stater place.they tested all the fuses and said i had a drain coming from somewhere. my neighbor put his tester on and pulled the hood light out that worked for a couple of weeksnow we are back to square one. we do'nt know what to do. it just makes a clicking noise. when wal-mrt checked the first battery out it started sparking so they gave us a new one. can anyone help?

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  • cheri45 Jun 17, 2009

    we are taking it to an alternater cousin said it is probably the bushings gone in it



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Walmart shop people are not the sharpest knives in the drawer...Company "rules" prevent even the better ones from doing any real proper testing of any problems even inches from the battery.
Your friend was actually doing the right thing but stopped short of finding the "somewhere". You can go over it again or bring it to a competent shop that can do it for you.

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