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Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. You need to make sure the battery is good and holding a charge. Make sure the terminals are cleaned and tight. Check you wires and make sure they are not damaged from the battery to the starter. Make sure all wires are connected. If you are getting a bad connection, it will cause this. Check your ignition fuse as well. If this all checks out, check the starter and starter solenoid. Make sure no wires are damaged around the starter. You should find your issue looking at these parts. If you have any questions, feel free to ask and thanks for using FixYa and have a great evening.

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