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Can a new starter silaniod go bad right away? can a new igniction switch be no good?

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It is possible but unlikely. See here for troubleshooting a starter. Different vehicle but the same principles apply.
Remember that a low battery charge/bad battery can also adversely affect starter operation. Have it load tested before replacing.

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