Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
If it just clicks one time each time you turn the key it sounds like the starter is bad. If you do-it-yourself you can replace it for around $100 . Add another 100 or more if you have it replaced somewhere. Make sure you disconnect the batt before removing the starter and just make sure the wires are back in the same place they came off of and it is a simple project. The auto parts store can also check your starter before you buy a new one. If it makes a lot of more like buzzing or a bunch of clicking you should make sure your cables are clean and tight before buying a new starter. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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