Question about 2005 GMC Envoy
Check your Negative cable attatched to your starter. Next check your charge on your battery, a clicking noise indicates one of 2 things, 1. your battery is dead or dying and needs to be replaced, a battery charge will only solve the problem temporarily, it will continue to die and ruin your alternator. 2. your starter solenoid is going bad, being unable to deliver enough juice to your copper terminals surrounding the magnet that pushes the small gear pinion on to the flywheel and turns the motor to start.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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