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Rebuilt motor seems to not be connections somewhere checked battery is there A sensor of some sort that we could check?

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Battery to starter,and ground to the engine block.You may have to relearn the key,turn the key on for ten minutes,and then off,and right back on,do this three times,and it should relearn the key,if this is the problem,does it have head lights and radio,wipers?

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4. If none of the other problem have suggested a component at fault, you probably have a faulty or 'sticky' solenoid. To check this, find which of the two heavy post connectors is connected to the starter motor. Place one probe of the multimeter in this wire and ground the other (metal on the chassis). Have someone turn the key (neutral and parking brake) and check the voltage. You should read 12V and hear a 'clunk' from the solenoid (this is the solenoid activating and sending power to the starter motor). If you're getting a low voltage and not hearing a clunk your solenoid is probably on it's way out and needs to be replaced. A quick fix that often works is to have your helper try to start the car and give the solenoid a bit of a tap with a rubber mallet. This might jar the mechanism loose and give the electromagnet a chance to pull it into the connecting position and power your starter motor.

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