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Changed the battery, solenoid, and 20a fuse. Still when ya turn the key it clicks one time that's it

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It could be a poor / dirty / loose connection at the battery post / cable or starter solenoid. Remove and clean mating battery post / cable surfaces and and those at the starter solenoid.

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