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Battery has been tested and is good and has full charge. lights, radio, window and locks work but won't start.kinda makes a clicking soud like it wants to start but won't

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You my have a bad starter ? but first check to see if you have a good ground on the engine block and make shure your battery ends are clean and good and tight...if these things are all good, if you can see and get to the starter tap on it with a hammer not to hard...sometimes this will loosen up carbon on brushes enought to start...Hiope this helps??

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