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Battery is fully charged but all I hear is a click when Itry to turn it over, could it be my starter

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It is the starter's solenoid, sometimes it gets stuck because of rust or worn out. Just to make sure first knock the starter gently with a hammer if this does not help try to start it by hand which is: take a long screwdriver, put a rubber glove to isolate yourself, try to connect the two bolts at the end of starter. If it starts and than later problems remains you will need to get it fixed or replaced.

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