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Classic mini. Solendiod on the inner wing. Have just replaced the motor and am now connecting everything up. When i turn the key I get a click. Nothing else.

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I would double check the battery terminal ends or just replace them with new ones. Because from what you have said it sounds like your not getting enough amps to crank the engine. Usually that's because the battery terminals are loose or corroded or bad.

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