Question about 2000 Dodge Intrepid
That clicking you hear is the starter solenoid. There are two reasons for this, one is not enough power to crank the starter, but it looks like you have ruled out that possibilty. The other is the starter and/or solenoid are going bad. Although sometimes your starter can develop flat spots and prevent starting, If you are handy and can locate the starter, try tapping on it with a rubber mallet then try starting the car.(I've started alot cars w/ starter problems this way) If it starts then it's definatly your starter and it needs to be replaced. Flat spots occur from overcranking which cause's alot of heats, can also be caused by cranking when engine is already running. Anyway here's a few tips and I hope this helps
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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