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I own a 1996 gmc suburban with a 6.5L turbodiesel, just installed a new starter and now its just clicks

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    Ian Summerfield Jul 06, 2010

    use a jumper wire to connect the solenoid feed terminal to the battery terminal on the starter,if it still just clicks,something wrong with the starter.make sure the earth cable from battery is connected to v good earth,or directly to motor

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Check voltage at battery, bypass fusible link and check if wires are re-connected and tight at the starter

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