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My 98 dodge durango 5.9L for a while would only start on the second try but would still crank over and start. not it wont even try to crank and the battery is fully charged then u hear clicking from the passenger side and from the fues box in the engin compartment and the lights,horn,door locks, and radio dont work and make clicking noises when u try to use them. i have tryed to put the key to the on position and wait for ten or15 seconds and this does not work please help

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Hey dude I had the same problem. Check your power terminal it could have junk on it that's what's causing it not to have power an start. Also to hear if your starter is good use jumper cables an connect the power straight to the fuse box power terminal an if it cranks then clean your main terminal

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You have 1 or more dead cells in the battery. The battery needs two things to work, one you can check, Voltage at at least 12 v and Amperage which is determined by the starter and engine size. For the 5.9 you probably need at least 700 amps to get the starter relay to trigger. The clicking in the fuse box under the hood is your relays clicking but not having enough amps to kick or the Relay is bad. The starter relay and AC relay are the same one in that vehicle so they are interchangeable for testing.

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Have you ruled out that the starter has gone bad? With use and age, the armature can sieze in the motor, essentially making the motor useless even though there is voltage applied to it..

Write me back if you require further advice..

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