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My husband just reset the tire sensors on our 2008 Chevy Uplander and now it will not start. When he turns the key on all the dashboard lights come on and then it just makes a clicking noise. Any idea

My husband just reset the tire sensors on our 2008 Chevy Uplander and now it will not start. When he turns the key on all the dashboard lights come on and then it just makes a clicking noise. Any idea. The battery is not dead.

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The tire sensors are not the fault in not starting. at the age of the car, I would have a good test on the battery, but if it tests OK, then look to the stsarter for a solutoin. of a connection.

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