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I have a 2006 Gr Caravan problem My wife went to start the van it wouldn't start.Just clicking Battery is new and the relays are operating normal ( I think) All gauges are operating normal I need help before my wife buys another car

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    KEVIN May 11, 2010

    Maybe it needs a new starter relay it could be this. Or a starter solenoid. Or the battery went dead by leaving a light on or a car door open a bit over night. Also check the starter it could have gone out if you here nothing.


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Ok you have a good polarity checks on the engine and the terminals of the battery cables are clean and tight, like checking the starter relay, if all that this problem could well be the starter, also found that the cables connecting the starter motor are secure because if you are lazy you can take that problem thanks ...... good luck ...

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First check if the battery is installed correctly, if it is your starter might be bad, you will need to replace it.

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