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Won't start. Starter is good, battery was checked and good. It just clicks when I try starting it. Cleaned the cables and replaced the positive cable a year ago. Could it be the negative cable? solonoid?

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The solenoid has the battery cable running to it. You clain the starter is good. Was it tested running the solenoid wire to the battery cable to run on a vise?

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