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if you remember my last thread i was about to try and get the air out of my coolant lines when the car decided not to start.

now that it warm enough i was finally able to get under there and remove the starter and replace it, but it still didnt start.
i also have a new battery and i was jumping it with my jeep, still nothing more than a click
now i also replaced the power cable that goes to the battery right to the starter, and still just clicks never turns

i dont know what else to do

oh and the old starter tested fine at autozone

i also pushed the car in gear to make sure the engine wasnt siezed and that isnt the case either
 

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i would think reguardless of the batteries condition the jumpstart should give it what it needed to crank

also when i brought my original starter to the shop it tested fine.

but still something is keeping this starter from actually cranking.


the starter should only have 2 wires right?
the power and the smaller wire and i believe its grounded thru the engine.

but that doesnt explain why it would click but not even attempt to crank not even slowly
 
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