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Our Berlingo won't start - when I try to turn the ignition it clicks, but nothing more. Have replaced battery and starter motor. What else could it be?

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Check the chassis earth from the battery try turning the engine over with a breaker bar on the crankshaft pully nut if it won't move remove spark plugs or injectors if a diesel and try again. In case of a water locked cylinder
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