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MY 1998 Dodge Neon, clicks when trying to start - does not seem to be a battery problem - lights, horn, radio all work well and strong - would like to see a diagram on how to remove the starter motor and take it to Auto Zone for testing

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Try some DECENT jump leads ,if it goes then renew the battery it could have a cell gone or just be sulphated up

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