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Starter will not engage just clicks have new battery and plenty of power for head lights i have tried rapping the starter with no result checked the wiring everything is tight

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Pull starter and replace it's solenoid. The solenoid contacts are burnt

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Remove the starter relay, check for power at terminal, continuity to starter solenoid, and one more thing-jump relay terminals until you get the clicking noise of the starter solenoid trying to engage. If you hear the click at the starter but still won't turn over, tap the starter solenoid two or three times lightly. Check for power at starter lug. Loose terminals at the battery or corrosion is also of importance.

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