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Replace starter/solinod have "clicking" sound as we try to start the engine, had battery checked its fine, guessing starter or starter solinod?

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Before you buy a starter remove the cables from the posts and clean the posts and inside of cables with a wire brush, or sandpaper. Replace the cables and be sure that you tighten them real good. If it still only clicks it is most likely the solenoid which is usually located on top of the starter, and is normally replaced along with the starter.

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Hello there:
i would strongly recommend that you to take the car to an a/c repair shop too have the system checked out just because a/c in not working properly doesn't mean that it's low on freon it is really easy to over charge the system and it will perform as if it was to be under charged and you can have the same problem as now or worse it should not cost more than $150 for them to recharge and diagnose the a/c system for any other problem that may be in the system... hope this helps you out please leave a review thanks D.Jones

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