Question about Land Rover Discovery
99 percent of the time when a vehicle clicks, but does not start, is related to a bad connection. The starter needs to draw high amps to engage, and when the amps are not getting to the starter, the solenoid will only click, sometimes rapidly. The most over looked part is the battery terminals, although they look ok, they still are not contacting the post surface enough to allow for this high amp draw. This also pertains to the lug connectors on the starter as well as grounding wire.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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