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Car won't start

Hi! While I have 13.7 volts at my battery and everything inside sounds "strong", i.e. A/C blowers, power locks etc. my car won't start. I turn the key and nothing happens; no "click-click-click"; nothing.

Suspect starter but don't know where it's located. Wanted to check 12V to the starter.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

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Is it standard trasmission or auto standard look for a swicht under the clucht pedal if so jump it put a wire beetwenn the therminal if auto put it in neutral try it maybe defective neutral swicht move shifter up and down fast good luck pierre

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