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Young driver at wheel, lost power while driving and turned onto side street. Steering very hard, so believe engine stopped. Could not get up slight incline, and shut off ignition because of red light on instrument panel. When trying to restart engine, starter would whine but not engage. Noticed a thump 2x in recent past. Could starter be loose? If so, it is a 4cyl. 2.5 block, and am I correct that the starter is on the driver's side of the car?

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ase mechanic here, sounds like the starter is on its way out, will have to replace since you cleaned all the connections, but in the mean time try hitting the solenoid portion with some object and see if the engine starts. if so the starter needs replacing.

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Are you sure the battery is not dead? It's possible for ignitions to become locked when the battery is very dead and not simply near-dead.
Try testing by attempting to turn on your head lights.

Try jumping the battery if this is the case. You will most likely need to get a new battery, but this should work for the time being.
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