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1991 Pontiac 6000 starter just clicking

I just replaced the starter on my Pontiac 6000. I brought the old one in to test it and confirmed it was bad. Now, when I turn the key, it clicks. I assume that there is an alignment problem with the starter gear and the flywheel. Any advice?

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Its a faulty battery

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