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Why do you only hear a click when you try to start your car but your windshield wipers work and lights work and sometimes your lights turn off all of a sudden then have to be reseted in between knobs?

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2005-11-04 16:21:35
2005-11-04 16:21:35

you may have a shorted starter solenoid or simply a bad ground conection. make sure that your negative side of the battery is in thihgt.

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