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A 92 voyager gives a single click on turnover but power seems fine so might this be a starter or alternator issue?

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2011-09-12 07:47:22
2011-09-12 07:47:22

Ive got a '94 with what sounds like the same problem. Mine would give one click, and not even turn over. All other electrical seems to be in working condition. I am going to replace the starter as nothing else comes up as suspect. Ill post back if that's the fix

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