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The key or the key FOB (botton opener) If this is it, it just snaps together, reverse the oeder in which you took it apart.

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Disconnect all terminals & clean them making sure there are no stray wires.
The solenoid could be stuck which some times if you give it a sharp tap it may rectify the problem.
When reassembling put a small amount of grease on each one.
If this fails it sounds like you starter needs replacing.

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Engine doesn't crank when i turn the key, just makes one loud click noise... sometimes it will start after 2 or 3 tries, othertimes it takes 5 mins of coaxing. I've had no problems starting after short...


It sounds that your car battery might be getting a bit weak especially if it is an old battery you can check the health of your battery under the conditions you describe by measuring the voltage: it should be around 13.5 Volts and anything under 12 volts usually means a worn battery.
You should be also be able to get your battery tested for free (ask first) at your friendly auto electrician or car battery sales outlets. If you have access to a battery charger, it would be no harm to fully recharge your battery and then making sure the voltage is correct (around 13.5volts).
In any case, check, clean and tighten your battery terminals as well as the terminal to your car earth (e.g. to car body - this has caused starting problem because of bad connection on some cars) and to your starter motor terminals.
Hope it helps. Let me know how you go and good luck!

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Have to replace my alternator on 2006 Isuzu Ascender 7 passenger. I have the new alternator and serpentine belt. Any special tricks or is it a straight take the bolts out and swap.


IF the belt has a convoluted path, take a snapshot of it to avoid problems later. Also, always disconnect the negative battery terminal first, then the positive terminal.
You might use dielectric grease on any current carrying connections when reassembling stuff; at the least, some Vasoline. This will stave off future corrosion for a while.

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