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When I turn the key everything works but the starter which doesn't seem to be getting any juice

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Make sure the terminals on the battery post are clean. Use water and a little baking soda to neutralize acid. Disconnect battery first! Check for corrosion at the starter itself. If starter clicks when you try to start it then this is my guess. However, a dying battery can run everything fine but a starter needs alot of energy. Could be also a broken wire, poor ground, or starter solenoid. Good Luck!

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