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I have a Marklift 7JR that won't drive or turn. There is a clicking noise coming from the solenoid, is it possible to fix on the spot

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SOURCE: 1995 t-bird v8. Starter will not crank, clicking noise coming from possible relay behind right headlamp. Battery is good and lights are bright no dimming when key is turned

The Ford V-8 they use in both Crown Vic and T-Bird are good for losing the solenoid to the starter. Replace that first before looking for a new starter.

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Turn key no sound,but battery stii good


Battery may still be "good", but is it charged?

If there's no clicking noise coming from the engine compartment whatsoever when you turn the key, then there's no power getting to the starter solenoid.

Possible that there is corrosion on the battery posts/cable connections that are preventing a good connection? If they look all grimey, try cleaning them off with some Coke or Pepsi and then reconnecting the cables.

If they're not grungy, it could be a dead starter solenoid, but it usually still makes noise.

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If you hear NO clicking noise, then it likely needs the starter solenoid replaced. This is a heavy duty power relay that is usually attached as a part of the starter. It is possible one of the small wires to the solenoid is just loose and not getting a good connection. Generally you would replace the whole starter to fix this. But I would check the condition of the wires and connections first.

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If you here a clicking noise when you turn key, starter motor could be duff.
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Yes it could be your starter the fact that you hear the click tells you that the starter solenoid is in fact working. Do check your connections for looseness or corrosion prior to starter replacement and fix as needed. Possibly has a dead spot on the starter that won't allow starter motor to turn even though the solenoid engages.

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1995 t-bird v8. Starter will not crank, clicking noise coming from possible relay behind right headlamp. Battery is good and lights are bright no dimming when key is turned


The Ford V-8 they use in both Crown Vic and T-Bird are good for losing the solenoid to the starter. Replace that first before looking for a new starter.

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2004 Mini Cooper automatic.Car won't turn over. Battery indicating 14 volts using multi-meter. I get a single click when I turn the key, then nothing. I suspect bad solenoid. Not sure how to test/check...


if the clicking noise is from the starter,you can tap the starter while someone tries to start the car.if it turns over and starts then the starter motor will need to be replaced.if you can get to the starter,using the multi-meter you can check to make sure the solenoid is getting battery voltage at the wire that gets voltage when the key is turned.if you do and you have battery voltage at the larger wire on the starter then this will also indicate the stater motor has a bad spot in it and will have to be replaced.the clicking noise is usually an indication that the solenoid is working passing the voltage to the starter armature but the starter is drawing too much amperage to turn the motor over.either way its recommended to replace the complete unit as if the solenoid is bad the motor itself will usually go bad shortly after.

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Car won't start makes clicking noise when you turn key


The click noise is the sound of the starter SOLENOID clicking but not contacting to supply voltage to the starter motor.
Now a multimeter test will confirm if the solenoid is contacting and if so then the starter motor is faulty.
It can be due failure of the BRUSH in the motor or the commutator. If so remove the motor and confirm.
Also if the starter pinion is struck the solenoid will click and the motor may not turn.

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Its possible the sound is coming from an air conditioner "motor". That is the term for the vacuum and electric solenoids which operate the temperature "doors" in the ductwork.

If you turn the A/C off and all the vent functions off the sound should stop. You may be able to isolate the source by switching to defrost or panel settings. The shop manuals would tell which solenoid is suppose to be active when the dash controls are set to a certain position.

If you wind up going to a dealer, this info would make it faster to diagnose. Perhaps ask a parts person what they sell to fix this problem. The parts guys work hand in hand with the mechanics in the shop.

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Possibly a starter problem or solenoid problem. Car won't turn over on occasion, just clicks. Other times, works just fine. Maybe bad wiring? Just a little confused. Battery is strong, so is the...


A solenoid is attached to the starter. You can bypass it with a crappy screwdriver. Just remember it will ruin the screwdriver. Just short across the big wire from the battery to the smallest wire on the starter. Should be rather close together. This will confirm that you need a starter. I'm a mechanic and I drive a 91 Grand Am so I can walk you through whatever repair or bypass you can think of.
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