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My 1996 nissan truck is not starting its just making a clicking sound and pulling the battery down i've charged the battery and try to start the truck but all i get is a drained battery and a clicking sound

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  • Richard Scordino Nov 04, 2010

    If you can turn the engine by hand, chances are that your starter has failed

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Providing the cable ends are clean and tight, either the battery is no good, or the starter is no good. I would try switching batteries first, (borrow one) and if it makes no difference, change the starter.

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