Question about 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier
If its not your starter then its the ignition switch located between your positive battery cable and your starter solinoid. Also advanced associates are not the most Car-smart people. i can not tell you how many times some one has told me there car makes a clicking noise and they have already had the starter tested, well i hate to inform you its your starter. because you have a radio, a/c, windos, locks, power steering, radiator fans, ect. you have all this power robbed from the solinoid on top of the starter, so when they test your starter, its not a proper test becuase the machine that tests the start does not account for all that power loss.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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