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Jeep will not start

Clicking sound when turning key, new starter and silanoid, new battery terminals, battery is up, when I turn ignition on, guage says pulling 16 amps,

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Check the positive battery cable. Follow it from the battery to where it connects to the starter. More than likely there is a bad connection or internally broken cable

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