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What could be wrong when my 1989 Chevy Caprice makes a click noise when I try to start it but it doesn't start?

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2006-06-10 07:27:46
2006-06-10 07:27:46

Two MOST probable in the order I'd be checking....Low battery charge or defective battery....Loose or corroded battery cable connections. Secondly, you possibly have a defective starter or starter solenoid. Good Luck! Dub

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