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Starter 1997 plymouth grand voyager makes clicking noise but will not turn over. battery is fully charged

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You will have to replace the starter. I recommend a rebuilt starter from most any auto parts store.

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MY PLYMOUTH GRAND VOYAGER 'S HEADLIGHT'S AND DASH LIGHTS WORK, BUT THE ENGINE WON'T TURN OVER. THERE IS NO SPARK COMING FROM THE ELECTRICAL WIRES.


When you say no spark, are you talking about the spark plugs, or just the general wiring?

If the engine won't turn over, then it isn't moving, and if it isn't moving then you need to check the following in this order:

1) Does the battery have power i.e. around 12.4 volts or over?No? Charge, test or replace battery.

2) Do the car's head lights dim considerably if turned on when attempting to crank? Yes? Possible lack of battery charge or faulty battery.

3) Assuming the battery is fine, can you turn the dash warning lights on and off with the key? No? Faulty ignition switch.

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Just because the lights go on does not always mean that the battery has enough power to engage the starter. The clicking noise could be the voltage regulator clicking. And since you disconnected the battery maybe there is not a great connection at the terminals. Were the terminals cleaned before the battery was reconnected?
Curious ... what was the cause of the check engine light going on?

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WHEN I TRY TO START MY 2000 PLYMOUTH GRAND VOYAGER I ONLY GET 1 CLICK AND NOTHING.IF I KEEP TURNING THE KEY BACK AND FORTH IT WILL EVENTUALY START IS THIS A STARTER ISSUE


it sounds more like a battery terminal that has corroded , or is just loose.
Check the battery terminals to be sure they are in good shape.
If they are , then I am thinking starter too.... like the click you are describing is the solenoid and the contacts are just not making contact to engage the starter motor...

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Ok check that the cables connecting the battery to the starter are tight because if you do not have good contact slack so it does not work as the first prueba.Thanks reviews

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The clicking noise is from the solenoid. If the battery is weak, then there is not enough current to make the starter turn. Therefore it is not necessary the starter is a problem. One of my experience is that the contact inside the solenoid can be rusty, corroded so there is not enough current flowing to the starter to make it work. The easy way to find out is to charge up the battery, or to have a jump start to see if the starter turns. If it turns then the problem with the battery. If with a new battery and still needing a jump start then the problem is the solenoid contacts, hence the solenoid needs to be replaced.

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