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When i start it clicks. i thought it was the battery, i put a new one and it still clicks. The lights, radio and everything is on, but it doesn't start. I got a Mazda 99 626 I need help, please!

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By the sounds of it the starter is the problem, some time if you can get to it if you hit the body of the starter and then try to start it it will start up some times not. you can try this but you will in the end have to replace it. if you do hit it and and it starts the starter has started to go bad.

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