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No fire to new starter. new solenoid, fuse ok.

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Could be ignition switch. try holding the key on and slapping the steering wheel at top

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low voltage might causing ,this problem check battery voltage and if it is ok ,replace starter,starter most likely is the couse to burn fusable link

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SOURCE: 2000 audi a4 starter gremlin

your barking up the wrong gum tree witht the starter motor ,you have an electrical supply problem on the battery terminal area with more than one wire connected or a dodgy earth cable from the engine to the chassis .i would be inclined to check and fit another earth cable from a good connection on the engine -(bell housing) and run it back to battery terminal to eliminate all posibilitys .before anything else ,make you own if you have to but only use copper cable .this is my last question for tonight ,have to go pick er indoors up from work now

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SOURCE: 93 camry has power wont start, thought it was

the fuel pump relay would have nothing to do with the car turning over...did you test the starter before you put it in?and you are sure you have checked all fuses?like the battery fuse igntion fuse ect...

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