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New battery new starter car still won't turn over.

Starter clicks like it wants to start. But still won't the engine over.

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one single click any time you turn the key usually indicates a bad solenoid on the starter. A new starter will typical get you going.

A series of rapid clicks when you try to start usually indicates a weak battery. There could also be a bad connection at the terminals on the battery or even a poor connection at the starter.

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