You may have a loose or corroded ground connection. Not just the battery ground but the engine to chassis ground. You may also have a bad battery cable. If you see swelling on any part of the cable, replace it. Make sure the connections are clean and tight. Did you replace the starter solenoid with the starter, or is it a separate item? If the solenoid is separate from the starter, it is probably bad. It is unlikely that the ignition switch is bad, but possible.
if the battery and battery conections are good, then you need to replace the starter motor
Did you check your starter?
Have the starter tested at your auto parts store. Sounds like a bad solenoid or bad starter.
Look for loose connections at the battery, starter solenoid, starter and switch. If all connections are good, the starter solenoid probably needs to be replaced.
starter, solonoid, ignition, battery. if it clicks when you turn the key then the battery is really dead or its the starter the battery could still be jumped if its the battery.
if its a ford prduct,check starter relay!!if not check starter solenoid.
Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter? Weak Battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Weak starter solenoid? Bad starter?
Weak battery or poor connection - battery to starter. Possible bad starter.
Poor battery condition. Loose and/or dirty battery connections. Faulty starter relay. Faulty starter solenoid. Faulty starter.
solenoids are what clicks, yes it will click if the battery is low.
Dirty battery connections or loose battery cables at starter or solenoid?
Check wiring at starter Check battery cables for looseness or corrosion "Rap" starter with a hammer to see if brushes are stuck and need replacing Engine seized?
If the battery is bad, you may only hear clicks. It could be the starter, but I would check the charge on the battery first.
If the starter clicks, but doesn't start the car, that indicates that the starter solenoid is working, but the commutator that actually spins the engine is not. Take the starter back and have it tested. The battery could also be at fault. If the battery doesn't supply enough power you'll get the same result. check the battery voltage first should be 12.6 volts if not jump the battery see if it starts.if it does bad battery.
(1)The battery may need charging, or (2) the battery cable(s) may be loose or need cleaning, or (3) the starter relay may need to be replaced.
Seized engine? Weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Defective starter solenoid? Flat spot on starter?
Your battery is low. You probably has to replace the battery. Or maybe the starter motor solonoid is faulty
Either Discharged battery or poor/loose battery or starter connections or solenoid contact need replacing
Easy one , you have a bad starter. The brushes need to be replaced if your handy enough to rebuild it yourself or have a friend that can, or just replace the whole starter for way more money.
Proper battery connections could be at fault, how old is your battery? Check for loose and corroded terminals on your battery and starter connections. Also the starter might just be bad.
Weak battery, bad connection Bad starter
Starter solenoid. Can be tested by bypassing with a screwdriver. Possible low battery, bad connection at battery and cables or bad starter.
Starter solenoid? Battery not fully charged?
Could be,low battery, loose or dirty battery connections, starter is bad, starter solenoid is bad, neutral safety switch bad or out of adjustment, starter relay is bad,
It can very well be the battery. Takes almost no amperage to operate a radio. I would suspect it is either the battery or the battery connections.