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Battery is charged but when you try to start you get click noise at the solonoid

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Witch solonoid? the one on the passenger fender or the starter its self? Make sure batt terminals are clean. If you have a test light, test wire at starter(key wire) and see if it lights up when key is in start position. The main wire from battery should be tight as well at the starter too.

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