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Theirs a clicking noise when i try to start the car and it wont start 1991 explorer

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A clicking sound usually means the battery is low.You can remove it and have it tested and then once the you get the vehicle running have your charging and starter system checked also.You can have this done for free at Auto Zone or most part stores.Hope this helps.Good luck.

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