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WON'T START, POWER TO STARTER BUT WON'T CRANK. NEW STARTER INSTALLED. ONLY CRANKS WHEN JUMPED AT STARTER. 3X3 BOX UNDER DASH LEFT SIDE IS CLICKING. 3.4L V6

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Hi,
Check your battery and especially the connections to it.
If the battery is good, it may be a simple matter of cleaning up the connections for good contact.
Hope this helps you. Good Luck!

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