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I have a 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager 3.3L When I try to start it, it wont. The problem is kind of hard to explain. When I turn the key over it will not start. The battery and altinator are fine. I was thinking maybe the starter but I have had that tested and it is okay. Can you give me some ideas what the problem could be? All that it does is make a faint ticking sound.

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How about the battery

You do hear a faint ticking
That is the starter solenoid
The solenoids contacts could be
burnt,even though you had the starter
tested.

Make sure that BOTH ends of the battery
cables are CLEAN & TIGHT

Posted on May 26, 2011

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  • buzzygirl25 May 26, 2011

    The battery is new. So are the cables and terminal ends. How would one check to see if the solenoid contacts are burnt?

  • Anonymous May 26, 2011

    Remove the Starter from veh
    Remove the solenoid from starter
    & take off the plastic terminal cap
    Inside you will see the copper contacts
    About 1" in dia
    Buy just the solenoid if necessary

  • buzzygirl25 Jun 04, 2011

    Bought a solenoid and it is still doing it. Is there anything else that it can be?

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