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Starting i have a 68 mustang i put my jumper box on it and it still want start

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    it just clicks

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    When you turn the key to "start" does the engine spin or not?



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Check your cables and ends. If you have to, pull starter out and bench test it with a set of jumper cables. Before you pull it, jump the solonoid with a piece of wire and see if it activates the starter. Be sure you have a good battery.

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