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I have a 2000 jetta 1.9 TDI i have changed the starter as i though it was my starter after i changed the starter i still have the same click when i go to start the car the will not even turn over alls i get is a click the battery is good and the starter is brand new

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Could be the ignition coil (you can check for a spark on the ignition coil by holding the power cable coming out of the ignition coil close to an unpainted metal part of the frame. if the ignition coil has spark, then change your spark plugs (if the tips look burnt, crusty or oily), spark plug wires and distributor/coil packs.

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