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Just clicks when i try to start it the battery is dead but i have it hooked up to jumper cables and when i turn the key you just here a click in the motor

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IF you can find a good repair shop ( or a place that rebuilds starters) they can replace the solenoid contacts for you. If you cant , you wil need to replace the complete starter, but contacts are all you really need. COMMON PROBLEM

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