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I believe the starter is going out or has.. It was starting but not every time  it clicks when i try to start it after i get it going it will run but if I turn it off I can get it  started again.. The battery good and its keeping charge  so I know thats not the problem

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The most likely cause of a "No Crank" condition is a bad starter solenoid. The symptom of its failure is the clicking sound you describe. The starter solenoid is a large coil that, most often, sits on top of the starter and engages the Bendix drive with the flywheel and sends power to the starter. If the internal coil goes bad, the solenoid won't engage the Bendix or turn the starter on.

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