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Just had starter replaced worked for 2 days and now when I try to start the car, nothing from the starter. Tested wires to starter, there is only 12volts but no ground when key is turned in ignition, is my starter bad?

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The ground to the starter is the body or the chassis of the engine. So if there is 12 volt to the starter then you must take the current test of the voltage. Use a test lamp to check if not the solenoid or the starter brushes are bad.

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