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WHEN STARTER GOING BAD.SOME TIMES YOU TURN IGNITION NO SOUND FROM STARTER.WHEN STARTER GO BAD IT WILL TURN ENGINE OVER VERY SLOWLY LIKE YOU HAVING A WEAK BATTERY.BAD STARTER SOLENOID MAKE CLICKING NOISE ENGINE WONT CRANK.BAD STARTER WILL MAKE NOISEY GRINDING NOISE IF DRIVE PINION GEAR DAMAGED.

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