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Chevy Cavalier Z24

1999 Chevy cavalier z24 24L has battery power for the lights and the radio when turned to the on position it will not turn over or start theres a click and hum what can cause this?

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2015-07-15 21:14:46
2015-07-15 21:14:46

Sounds like a bad starter.

same thing happened to a car i was working on and it turned out to be the ground from the batt to the powersterrig pump. went throungh two perfectly good startes thinking there crap when there where fin.

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