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Battery voltage tests fine but 06 corolla will not start

Battery voltage tests fine but the corolla will not start, results only in a loud clicking , cleaned terminals, cleaned and tested ground cable.

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  • Brent Beberstein Jul 15, 2009

    did that, still clicking...

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Voltage doesn't start cars ..Amperage does. Try to jump start and if it still clicks then your starter is suspect.

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Checked battery and charging system and it was fine


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