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Old 07 Sep 2007, 01:28 pm
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Im not sure what is going on but i started it this morning and i just did a repair on it but didnt touch the starter. I have been jumping it all day, but when i jump it now, it just clicks through. I dont think its the battery. i just replaced my starter half a year ago, any advice?Im not sure what is going on but i started it this morning and i just did a repair on it but didnt touch the starter. I have been jumping it all day, but when i jump it now, it just clicks through. I dont think its the battery. i just replaced my starter half a year ago, any advice? I replaced my intake manifold gaskets and replaced the clamps for my battery terminals.
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Old 07 Sep 2007, 01:36 pm
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get a stronger battery
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Old 07 Sep 2007, 01:40 pm
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Did you disconnect the battery before your repair? You may have had a wire fall away from the battery that you didn't see that might need to be connected. You should have stated what repair you did to it and if this problem occurred after your repair.Or your battery needs to be replaced. Go to auto zone or Advanced auto parts after you jump start it and get them to test your battery and charging system. It's free.
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Old 07 Sep 2007, 01:42 pm
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Have you checked the water in your battery? Sometimes that a doozie.
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Old 07 Sep 2007, 01:46 pm
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if it still clicks when jumping, your batt is toast-provided all the other stuff is up to par. If there is an autozone near you, pull your batt take it there and have them run a test on it, it is most likey bad. get a new batt, then install it, then go back and have them test your alternator just to make sure.
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Old 07 Sep 2007, 01:48 pm
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You replaced the battery terminal clamps. I would guess you replaced them with the ones that clamp to the wire. as well as the clamp on the battery post. If this the case check the wire in the new clamps, make sure you have good connection. It takes a lot of amps to run the starter and a slightly bad connection will stop it from getting enough juice. Make sure battery posts and terminal clamps are clean also.
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