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My starter wont turn over in my boat but i have full power at the battery and have re tightened the cables on the starter twice just click and nothing happens. it is a 4.3 litre vortec v6

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    i got a 99 silverado with the 5.3 that i just put a new trany in and now it wont start

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Ok go tap the starter motor hard a few times
if it starts its all siezed up inside the starter and u will need a new one
and if it dont start still click click u need a new one

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