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I think the solenoid is gone on my hayter - battery is good but I only get a click when trying to start it. But where is the solenoid located and is it easy to replace?

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2010 gmc seirra hybrid 6.0 won't start but all lites and everything works fine. But there's a constant clicking up by fuse box under hood


constant clicking means the solenoid for your starter motor is either:
- Defective (not likely- since the click means it was working momentarily)
- Not getting enough power to stay on (battery is good for light, not for amperage of starter motor)
- Turns itself off due to overload amperage (seized starter motor/engine)

The clicking is commonly just an indicator of a dead battery; the solenoid clicks- connects power to the huge drain of the starter motor- then, as the amperage draw "browns out" the battery, not enough power is left to keep the solenoid on- clicks off. power drain is gone- solenoid clicks back on- (repeat until battery is REALLY too dead to even get the solenoid to click)

Its important to note that interior lights, dashboards, and stereos draw very little power, an are not good indicators of battery charge.

I would recommend getting a jump-start from somebody, before doing anything more intense. After engine is running, maybe bring it to a mechanic to check its battery charging circuit.

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I thunk the solenoid is gone on my hayter - battery is good but I only get a click when trying to start it. But where is the solenoid located and is it easy to replace?


most modern day starter have the solenoid right next to it

any parts sales person can tell you right away if you stated year make model of the car

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I have a 2007 gsxr and the bike will run if push started but won't start on its own with button.. I can hear something loss clicking by battery but not sure what is making the clicking sound.. had my cam...


Several things concern me..maybe the battery is gone..it might show 12-13 volts be have almost zero CCA (Cold Cranking Amps).. the CCA is what starts anything..take it to a battery shop and have it checked!! Who replaced the cam chain and tensioner?? ..why did you think it was too tight?? DO you KNOW how to properly check/adjust the tension???? (this concerns me..is it right now.. or too tight or too loose now?? !!) If the battery checks good, sounds like the solenoid may have gone bad.... you can get it checked at a automotive store...Either the battery or the solenoid is going to be your starting problem...

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Hey J.. make sure your battery has the necessary CCA..(Cold Cranking Amps).. this is the true measure of a battery.. and you have replaced the starter solenoid..?.. hhhmm...??
... Still sounds more like the battery is low on CCA.. ....bypassing/jumping the solenoid allows the engine to start with having/needing the amperage necessary to make the solenoid contacts activate... Amperage is what "pushes" the voltage.. without the required amperage (CCA).. voltage, when relating to starting your bike is "just voltage".. it will run a light, but NOT start a motorcycle...Good luck.

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Sometimes when i try to start my van, i hear clicking and no start, but will start eventually, always starts when van is warmed up, had battery, alternater and started checked, all are good, i think it...


the clicking you hear is the starter solenoid due to bad electrical connection, low battery charge, bad battery cable or bad starter solenoid.

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It sounds l; like the starter solenoid has gone bad or the wire to the solenoid has gone bad. Check the wire harness to the starter and solenoid on the starter. If the wire is good, then it's the solenoid that needs to be replaced. If you remove the starter, Auto Zone can test it for you and should have the solenoid for the starter alone or it you like you can replace the whole unit. Starter and solenoid together. Good luck and hope this helps.

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