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Replaced starter still not starting cleaned ground under battery please help

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Depending on what vehicle you have, verify that your starter is getting 12 volts when the key is turned to Start. If no voltage is present, you may have a bad Starter Relay, Starter Solenoid, Ignition Switch, or Clutch Safety Switch.

  1. Check that your starter is getting 12 volts when the key is turned to Start.
  2. Check the Starter Relay to see if it clicks.
  3. Check the Ignition Switch for Continuity.
  4. Check the Clutch Safety Switch for Continuity.

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