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My battery is fully charged and will not turn the starter. No sound

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You might want to check the starter or starter solenoid. Also be sure that you are getting +12 volts when you try cranking the key. Good Luck.

Posted on May 20, 2011

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SOURCE: Fully charged battery, starter just gives loud click. will run when not in car and hooked up to battery via jumper leads

check the starter solenoid

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check to see if the starter itself is getting a signal to crank. youll need to use a test light and have someone else try to start the vehicle, while you probe the wire to the starter to see if it is getting power. if not, check the starter fuse to make sure its not blown, as well as the starter relay to make sure that is good too (very common on gm's for bad relays) if the fuse and relay are good, but your not getting signal, it is an ignition switch problem.

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find the starter and and tap it with a hammer handle or big screw driver handle. do not hard, but hard enough to activate. it should start. go buy a new one.

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SOURCE: manual transmission car will not start,no sound

does the starter solenoid get power when the key is held to crank and the clutch pedal depressed?

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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the battery first then remove the mounting bolts and the wire connections replace in the same order make sure to prevent battery wire at starter from touching any obstructions then reconnect battery
and you should be good to go
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