My '95 Saturn SC1 makes a rapid clicking noise when I try to start it If I pop start it it'll run fine The battery and starter are good What else could cause this?
Either you have a poor electrical connection to your starter or the starter solenoid is going out and will not engage the starter gear to the flex plate/fly wheel on your motor.
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Your 1995 Saturn SC1 will not start If you pop start it it'll run fine The battery is good what else could cause this?
What would cause the starter motor on a 1995 Isuzu Trooper not to turn but make a clicking noise even though the battery is fully charged?
You need to check all your wireing from your battery to you silenoid to your starter you might have a bad connection some where. Clean the battery posts really good and the battery terminals. I fixed mine by scraping the battery post with a knife after using battery cleaner. I thought I had to change the starter, but that's all it was- the dirty post.
"Clicking" or "Chattering" Sound When Attempting to Crank Engine A clicking or chattering sound when the key is turned to the start position indicates low battery voltage, OR that that inadequate voltage/current is getting from the battery to the starter motor. If the battery voltage is 11 volts, or greater, then the next most common cause for clicking is a loose or corroded connection anywhere between the battery and/or including the starter itself. Corrosion can…
What would make a '99 Chevy Suburban go click click click act like it has a dead battery when the key is in the ignition but NOT engaged and when the key is out of he ingiion it still does the click?
dead battery..not enough charge Answer A loose connection can also cause the clicking, check the cables. If the battery is years or older, replace it. The alternater may not be charging the battery or there may be a parasitic draw draining the battery. Answer It could be anything electrical. Most likely, if the battery is charged, and the cables are tight, it could be the starter. More commonly the solenoid. Try tapping the solenoid with…
I would check the starter solenoid before I investigated the starter - it's likely the cause. Have someone try starting the car hot while you measure the voltage between the starter side of the solenoid and negative - you should get battery voltage. If not, the problem is the solenoid (or somewhere before it, electrically).