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If the starter does not make nosie when u try to start the car then u need a new one when u hear a clicking sound when u try and start the car and it does click but does not start thats means ur starter is on it way out sometimes if u tap it a couple of times the car will start have someone in the car to start while u bang on the starter if it starts after that i would recommend that u buy a new one.

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