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Just bought new battery have all electrical power but vehicle will not start

Had starter tested was good solenoid was turning but starter would not turn, got new battery but car will not start.

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Ok make sure all around you is quiet, have someone turn the key all the way on then wait 2 sec then turn off and repeat process while you lay on the ground by the fuel tank listening for the loud humm of the electric fuel pump. I do believe you may not hear a sound if you hear nothing comment right back we will trouble shoot your problem. But for now lets check fuel pump for operation at all thanks.

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Mike- sounds like a possible relay problem OR you could have gotten a bad starter just have your auto zone guy test it for you if this is an older model the solenoid was separate from the starter in some cases Mopar in particular they would go out also I have been known to give the side of the starter a good thump with something heavy:-)

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When you turn the key to on, do the warning lights and gauges come on normally? Any reason to suspect the battery is low? Has the starter motor performed flawlessly up to this point?

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There will be a positive lead running from the battery to the starter solenoid.

Solenoids are usually fairly cheap (<$20), and because they die eventually in older vehicles it can be handy to have a replacement on-hand. As a result, buying one as a first step to diagnosing an electrical non-start issue really has no downside. If it fixes the problem, you know the cause. If it doesn't, you have a small, cheap replacement part you're almost guaranteed to need at some point in the future.

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The starter solenoid receives a large electric current from the car battery and a small electric current from the ignition switch. When the ignition switch is turned on, a small electric current is sent to the starter solenoid. This causes the starter solenoid to close a pair of heavy contacts, thus relaying a large electric current to the starter motor, which in turn sets the engine in motion.

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