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My Dodge 1985 d150 won't start. New starte,

My Dodge 1985 d150 won't start. New starter, battery, and starter relay didn't do it. It just makes a click when I turn the key. Any sugggestions?

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If you hear a loud click from starter it could be the motor contacts in the starter have gone bad. you will have to remove starter and have it repaired or replaced. check again to make sure that the battery is charged up on truck. also check for a loose ground wire to starter or engine block.

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