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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is most likley starter relay or starter.with vehicle in park and e-brake on have someone tap on the starter with hammer while your trying to start.if starter starts to crank then you know the starter is on the way out.if starter does not crank it may already be shot.srarter relay is on fire wall check power + ground.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
SOURCE: Car won't start
Take your batterie cables off the battery and clean them really good. the best way to clean a battery cable is to go and buy a box of arm and hammer baking soda for the .50 cents and what you do is put a small amount of water on the cables and then dump the baking soda on them and slowly add more water. Baking soda is the only thing that nutralizes sulferic acid. and if you ever get battery acid on your self you can use the baking soda to nutralize it and stop the burning and the eating of the acid. but it sounds to me that you are not getting a good connection at the battery and also check to see if your cables are tight.
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Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: car wont start
Either solenoid or starter is done. Charge battery to make sure it's still up. Could have enough power for lights and such but not enough for starter. Bypass solenoid with jumper cables to see if starter kicks in, if it does change solenoid. Starter could be seizing up. Get under and hit it with a hammer on the back of housing a few times and try.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
if when you jump it starts its your batt if if keeps dying it your alternator the clicking sound is your statrer which means thats good try the batt when you buy a new one it will have a warranty soo if it dies because the alt you will get a new one batt for free (the alt charges the batt)
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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