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Have put 3 starters on 2004 susuzi veronia and all have had bad selonoids.

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Check battery voltage should have better than 12 volts DC. Then check voltage at starter selonoid should have voltage in and out with key on if not selonoid is bad .If it does you don't have the wires in the right places or the one from the selonoid isn't hooked up plus make sure all connections are tight.

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Starter goes click click and it won't start - seems worse in cold weather(-30c) . . warm weather it starts fine. When this first started happening I was able to get it to run by giving it a boost . . . ....

check the cable to starter for good contact, your starter probably is fine but the starter selonoid is probably bad as long as all power and ground cables are clean and have good contact.

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Car clicks when trying to start but won't turn over. Battery will hold a charge but i can not start it

The "click" you hear is the selonoid or starter switch making contact so the engine will start. I suggest you take the starter with the starter selonoid attached to a parts supplier and have them test for a bad selonoid.

I suggest you stand next to the person checking the unit. It will keep him honest and you just got a free lesson on how to test a starter and selonoid.

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My 2004 grand prix won't start. All accessories

Make sure your battery is fully charged and all terminals and connections are clean, first. If the car still makes a clicking sound near the starter its your starter selonoid. Some vehicle models allow you to just replace the selonoid and others require a whole new starter. Either way you'll probably have to remove the whole starter to accomplish the repair.

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