My Car Just Clicks When I Try to Start It?


I have had the issue before that my car just clicks when I try to start it. While it could be a multitude of things, as long as your battery is fully charged, the most likely suspect is the starter solenoid. It is the part that connects the power from the battery to the starter and suffers a lot of abuse during adverse conditions.  Some solenoids require that the starter must also be changed, which most auto parts stores should be able to tell you.
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It could be a dead battery.
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