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My husband's truck won't start most of the time. We took the starter off thinking it was bad had it tested and was good alternator is good. It sounds like it wants to start but doesn't. Just had A new fuel pump and clutch kit put it in last november. No problems after thatn until about A month ago when this started

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Test for spark at the plugs,coil, coil pack(if applicable) and ignition module (only if no spark at coil)

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I have a 2000 dodge caravan. It ran fine that morning when I took my husband to work. That after noon I went to pick him up and it wouldn't crank. It starts but won't crank. Please help.


Hi Crystal:
My understanding:
"Crank" means turn over under the power of the starter.
"start" means it starts running
If your vehicle will not "crank" I would think that means you may have a bad battery, terminal, or connection, or ignition switch, or solenoid, or starter.
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My lights, windows, and radio all work fine. But it won't start it makes a click noise but nothing. Then we thought it was the battery so we jumped it and now it won't even make no click noise at...


The "click" sound condition make us guess that could be a bad ignition switch or starter.

It turned out to be the starter. I first took the battery to have it tested and it was fine. Next, I took the starter apart and took it to Autozone to have it tested? and it was bad. It is not easy access to remove the starter. The intake manifold and exhaust system are in the way and need to be taken apart first. See instructions below:

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It sounds like you need a new starter. If you hear the starter click when you turn the key to start, replace your starter since you already replaced the battery. You might want to have your alternator checked out, or when you get your car started, test the battery terminals with a multimeter. You should have around 14 volts with the car running. If not, you will need a new alternator. The alternator won't keep the car from starting though, unless the battery was drained because it wasn't charged. Even then it is the battery keeping the car from starting.

If the starter is not clicking, check your fuses under the hood. If all checks out, you may have a bad ignition switch.

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Hello. My 1997 Chevy Tahoe refuses to start. The problems began with a bad fuel pump. I changed. It worked. The fuel pump died again. I changed it again and it has been working. I parked it for two weeks....


Now you have a good battery & a starter that turns over the motor

Have you cycled the key on & off with a fuel pressure gauge on the
fuel rail?

Do you have a fuel filter that isn't over 3 or 4 years old?

Have you checked for spark while cranking ? Use an old plug on the wires,
if you have ignition wires,don't ground the wire without resistance

If you removed the ducting & MAF Sensor it won't start

Tell us what you checked & exactly how that was done.

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My husband just paid $110.00 for a new battery and the car will not start nothing no clicking, nothing some one said the starter or starter solenoid? what do you think?? He has a 1995 chrysler New Yorker


$110.00??,MAN THATS STEEP!!!!!,tell your husband to take his time and check all grounds,and all everything from the ignition switch to the starter,to elimanate the starter,get him a starter button,which attaches to the starter,car starts,with this device,he is on his way !!!!!!!

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Check lights, etc, check battery grounding. If that turns up nothing, your husband just may be right! You also need to check power at small wire connection on starter with key turned to start position . There should be 12v at large connection and 12v with key turned at small one! If there is power at small lead, starter may be bad.

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If it starts the TRS is easy to replace and accesible.
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