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Replaced the starter. Has battery power. Will not start with a jump

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Try statically testing the starter out of the car....does it spin...if not you have a bad starter, if it does you may have a wiped out ring gear.

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Mike- sounds like a possible relay problem OR you could have gotten a bad starter just have your auto zone guy test it for you if this is an older model the solenoid was separate from the starter in some cases Mopar in particular they would go out also I have been known to give the side of the starter a good thump with something heavy:-)

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It sounds like you probably have a shorted battery cell. This will not only cause the repeated clicking that you described, but it will also rob power when jump-starting from another vehicle. There is probably enough power when jump starting to turn the starter over, but after the starter take the power that it needs, there is not enough power to operate the computer system....so I have no doubt that you probably are not getting any fuel. The computer has to tell the fuel pump to run. If there is no power for the computer....I think you can figure it out from here.

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