Question about 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe
Make sure your Battery terminals are clean and cable clamps tight.Clicking is most likely a starter selodiod not engaging the starter motor.When it goes you need to change the starter.If you can see the starter you can try this to start and get the repair done.Try taping the soleniod (the small unit ontop or bottom,side of the starter).If you have anyone who can give you a jump start with cables this sometimes works due to the extra power if your battery is not full or lost it's cranking amps.Finally if you can see the connections on the starter jump with an INSULATED screw driver (key in the on possition)you should hear the starter turn. Good Luck
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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