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New starter, now theres no power..

1994 classic... new starter put in, now theres no power.. i checked the terminals on the batter and starter, still nothing..
tried to jump and nothin yet again...
im baffled lol!!

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You might wanna check the solenode to the starter on the front fender if there is not one on the starter you may have a bad starter you shouldve check the starter to see if it worked when you put the jumpers to it thats what i would do

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I put a new starter on it still want started with the key but if I go from the bottom an jump it it will started

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