Clicking Noise When Start Car?

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A car might make a clicking noise and not start because you have a dead battery. There might also be something wrong with your solenoid. Finally, it might be your starter that has something wrong with it.
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Sounds like the starter or battery. First try to jump start vehicle. the to test starter if you can locate it under hood , you can take a RUBBER hammer or mallot and hit lightly a
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1. Put your keys in the ignition and turn to "ON. This is the position where the power comes on in the car (i.e. the radio, power windows and seating, etc. but the engine is
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That clicking sound you hear is the starter trying to turn. Even though your battery has power, it sounds like it does not have enough power to turn the starter. Either that, or the
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A clicking noise than happens when you start your car is a surefire sign of engine trouble. The most probable culprit is a dead battery. Check the dashboard for a battery light. Check the terminal cable connections next. Try to restart the car after trying these things. If it still doesn?t' work, you may need to get a new battery. Take your dead batter to the store when you buy a new one so you don't have to be a core charge.
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