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Starter problem When I start the 90 jeep Cherokee I only get a clicking sound. I drove it around making 7 to 8 stops and starts on my last start it would not start and made clicking sound. Is that the starter or ? Thanks valerie

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Sounds like the battery is dead,and if so the altenator may not be charging the battery.

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How do you test a starter on a riding lawn mower


By applying 12 volts (or six volts if it's a six volt system) to the starter without going through the switch or any other wiring will help you determine if the starter is good or bad. I don't know which mower you have but there are two types of starters for lawn mowers. One with an attached solenoid and one with an internal solenoid. What you want to do is use a set of jumper cables to connect the solenoid or starter to the battery. For the satrter with the solenoid attached like in the photo below, find the two wire terminals on the solenoid (see photo below). One will be the ground (-), negative. The photo below shows the negative (-) has a braided copper wire attaching it to the body of the starter therefore grounding the solenoid to the starter. The other connection (+) positive, is the one without any wire attached to it in the photo below. Yours will have a wire attached to it. Probably red but, maybe not. So, black (-) to the terminal with the copper braid and red (+) to the other terminal with the red wire. They probably won't be marked (+ or -)...
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This next one in the photo below has the internal solenoid and it has only one terminal (+).
The ground is achieved by bolting the starter to the engine, creating the ground path that is needed. In this case you will connect the black (-) jumper cable to the solid metal body/engine or part of the starter, not the + terminal because that is where the Red positive (+) jumper cable will go. Ensure that the (+) jumper is not touching the body of the starter, only the terminal. 490034_1_.jpg

Be careful not to touch the surrounding parts, frame, body or any metal parts with the cables. Be forewarned, attach the jumper cables Red (+) to the (+) terminal of the solenoid and the black (-) to the (-) terminal or body/engine ground before connecting to the battery. Connect the battery last. Don't connect the battery first. If there is gasoline residue or spillage on the engine or around the area of the starter, causing a spark by connecting the starter/solenoid last might create a FIRE!
See below.
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When connecting the fully charged battery, I like to connect the red (+) first and then touch the black (-) to the battery (-). If the starter is good, you will hear the starter engage and turn the engine over. If it does not make any noise whatsoever, check your connections. Still no noises, you may have a bad starter. If you hear a clicking sound or if it sounds like it's trying to turn over but not quite, check to see if the connections are good and the battery is fully charged. Some times tapping on the body of the starter with a hammer handle (HANDLE) will get the starter to turn.
That's basically how I check to see if a starter is good or bad. Another way is to take it out and bring it to a mechanic shop and have them test it. Some will for a small charge.
Good luck...
Chris

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Set default browser


Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 9

1. Open Internet Options. From the Start menu, go to Control Panel, then click Network and Internet.
2. Once in Internet Options, click on the Programs tab, then select Set your default programs.
3. In the Programs bar to the left, select Internet Explorer, then click Set this program as default.

Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP with Internet Explorer 7 or 8

1. Open Internet Options. Click the Start button, then click Control Panel, click Network and Internet, and then click Internet Options

2. Select the Program tab. In the Internet Options window, click the Programs tab, then next to where it says "Internet Explorer is not currently the default web browser," click "Make default"
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Make Internet Explorer Your Default Internet Browser

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Window explorer 8 is overwrited over window explorer 6. how to remove it?


1. Click the Windows Start button on your taskbar.
2. Navigate to your computer's Control Panel
3. In the Control Panel double-click the Add or Remove Programs function
4. Click remove internet explorer
5. After the Remove button is clicked the Windows Internet Explorer 8 Removal Wizard will open; click Next
6. Click Yes to continue with removal: the removal process will continue
7. The last step in the IE8 removal process will be to restart the computer.


You will now have the previous version of IE installed

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Mar 03, 2011 | Internet & Communication Software

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HI I am having trouble using ie8.I have been using ie8 for about 2 weeks now on my windows 7.I has been running fine until today.Now when I started explorer today an error appeared " windows explorer has...


If you are using IE 7/8 you can try to run the program without loading any add-ons to see if one of them is causing the problems. To do this, click Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools and then click Internet Explorer (No Add-ons).
(You can also load IE without add-ons by clicking START --> RUN and then typing iexplore.exe -extoff)
If those don't work try to re-register IEPROXY.DLL by clicking START --> RUN and typing regsvr32 IEPROXY.DLL and then clicking OK.
When IE dissapears does IExlorer.exe show in the task manager's list of running processes?
Have any toolbars or new sofware been added recently? If so and you are using Win XP you may want to try a system restore to a previous point before the changes were made or uninstall the toolbars completely. Also disabled all Pop-Up blockers to see if that has any effect.clean up ur registry using reginout

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When i use my internet and i go to the webpage the signal comes


insert operating system disk in drive.

Click Start. Click Run. Type

cmd

Hit Enter.

type in command prompt

sfc /scannow

Hit Enter

System file checker will replace the missing files.

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Car won't start


hi this does sound like the starter normally if you hear a click that means the relay is ok as it is sending power to the starter motor, so its more than likely to be the starter solenoid, you can try this test...get a long bar or a small hammer, locate the starter, while someone is in the vehicle turning the key ( as to start it ) tap the starter with the bar or hammer, it should start, if not then the starter is u/s and will need replacing, if it starts, turn engine off, and try turning over without hitting the starter, if it starts it will more than likely be the solenoid sticking, give it a few trie's it might free itself and work, but if it starts to play up again change the starter..hope this helps..NOTE!!! when doing this, make sure you are well away from any moving parts all clothing should be clear to , if it does start you do not want to be caught up in anything...

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Having a Problem Opening Outside Links :S


If you want your links to open in IE, open IE, click on Tools> Internet Options. Click on the Program tab, then click on the Make Default button.

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Internet explorer stopped working


Do you get an error message which asks you send or dont send? if yes, delete all the temporary files by clicking on tools menu -> internet options -> general tab -> click delete button -> click delete all.
If there is no message before internet restarts, then uninstall internet explorer 7 from 'add/remove programs and try in ie6. if that does not work then remove ie6 from 'add/remove windows components' and restart computer then check internet explorer in 'add/remove windows components' and restart again. It should work.

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IE7 Crashing


First off check and make sure all your settings in your browser are set to default. If that doesn't resolve the issue than go to your control panel to your add and remove programs. Check the "show updates" box. Starting with the last one first, remove IE updates. After each removing restart your pc and try surfing again.
When it stops crashing don't install that update. Another long shot is to click on removal of IE7 which will bring up a repair IE option. Finally, uninstall and re install. The process of elimation is all you have without us knowing more details. (PC brand, age, OS version, 3rd party software, harware configuration, etc)

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