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My aero star wont turn over even when jump start it ignition makes a clicking sound i changed selenoid help

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Your starter is at fault here. If you want to check it, just hit (not to hard!) your starter with a hammer on the housing. if it starts, the starter must be replaced.

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If u have changed the selenoid then the only thig left is the starter motor it's self

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