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My engine does not start like there is a battery problem... but the battery hase a full charge. i replaced the starter and silanoid but nothing. there is a small relay next to the battery that clicks one every time i try to start it. (1986 Nissan PU 4WD; manual)

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Suggestion: Check neutral safety switch. If manual transmission check clutch switch. The clicking sound maybe starter relay. In process of elimination you can eliminate these items by jumper wiring switches, and relays. If these turn out not to be an issue than check to make sure that the engine is not seized by catastrophic failures or hydraulic lock. (Get back to me on this if you don't care.)

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Hi..
the problem seems to be with the realy which clicks when you try to start. when you start this relay sends the signal to the starting motor and rotates the flywheel. due to the damage of this relay no signal is going. so please change the relay and try it wil work.


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