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If the brushes in the starter are worn out then the solenoid on the starter can't work.It needs to go to ground through the brushes to engage,i suggest that you replace the brushes in the starter.If i'm wrong then you need a starter solenoid switch,the one on the starter.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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