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Starter makes clicking noises but won't start. Lights and radio work.

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The first thing is to make sure the battery is fully charged, if the battery is good then i would say you have a bad starter,

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first you need to find out if the battery is just low?
when you get the click do your lights dim?
possible starter solonoid problem or whole starter ?
you will need a test light to go any farther
let me know
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