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Unable to start engine on 2007 Nitro-no clicking from starter-opened hood and found clicking noises from breakers in box next to battery...removed 3 large gray square ones to stop clicking sound A second clicking sound was coming from beneath the air hose between the firewall and the air intake cover on top center of engine. I removed the + cable to reset "the brains" and went to test the battery and found it 95% charged. Anyone have a clue?

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  • ideahead Aug 25, 2010

    Guru,
    If the battery now says 100% and I can't turn it over (all the gauges and lights, light up) is it still a battery issue , or something else?

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I would have the starter checked ,this is most likely the problem,these starters are bad to act like this,and the contacts in the starter are worn down,and not making contact.

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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This clicking u hear usually means the battery is low or defective, have it tested and the cables to the battery cleaned and properly tightened.

Posted on Aug 25, 2010

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    yadayada Aug 25, 2010

    please do as i ask and have the battery tested.

  • ideahead Aug 25, 2010

    I am lugging it down the street right after this thank you note!
    Thanks!

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