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Question Details Asked:Nov 20, 2012 - 11:39 PMStatus:Closed
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This is typical symptom of tired battery or possible cable connection issue
Could also be a bad starter motor - if it clicks once for each time you turn the key, that's the sound of the solenoid moving the pinion gear over, but no start is caused by the worn contacts.
Could it be the main relay button or could it be the ignition switch. I don't even hear the fuel pump turning on also, just the clicking sound when I turn the key.
Check the most obvious possibility first - that is the battery. Take it out and have it load tested. Places that sell batteries will do this for free. That is the most likely problem. If the battery is fine, then take a look at the starter/solenoid.
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