Chevy Lumina

You have a 1999 Chevy lumina which has been great for the past 2yrs however the other day you went to start it to go home from work and it made a clicking noise your husband thinks its the starter how?

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2005-09-25 17:09:59
2005-09-25 17:09:59

Could be the bendix in the starter is stuck. all you have to do is tap the starter to get it to release. then try starting it again. If that doesn't work then the starter is probably finished.

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