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Battery is fully charged starter will not engage

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Sounds like you have a bad cylonoid or starter brushes are bad

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05 cobalt. replaced starter and battery. starter solenoid spins but does not engage starter. head lights dim also when trying to start.


If the lights dim when the engine is trying to start, then the battery is not fully charged.

If the battery is not fully charged there is not enough speed to make the bendix on the starter slide out under centrifugal pressure and engage the ring on the flywheel.

Put the battery on a proper battery charger overnight. Also make sure the battery terminals as clean and tight, plus the negative strap to the body and the positive lead wherever it goes to.

Incidentally, the starter solenoid is not what you think it is as it doesn't 'spin'. It is an electrical relay used to take the massive amps needed to turn the motor from the battery to the starter without burning out the wiring to the ignition switch and the ignition switch itself. You mean the 'starter spins'.

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I just had the starter check and works fine. dash lights comes on just will not start. the starter will not engage but when I took the starter to the store it worked all 5 times


Make sure the battery posts and cable terminals are shiny clean,and the battery is fully charged, connect a volt meter to the starter battery cable and earth, there must be battery voltage when the starter is engaged.

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It doesn't crank the battery is fully charged


Check: the ground wiring, power to the starting relay, the solenoid, the starter???

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Sounds like a battery connection,try this ,turn the headlights on,have someone watch or whatever,try to start it,if the lights go out,it's a poor connection(probably at the battery) if they stay on,it's a starter issue.

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Probably the starter has failed.

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Starter will not engage - not even a click


check hot wire to starter from battery also in line fuse

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2004 arctic cat 500 4x4 starter turns doesnt engage starts with pull cord


The starter has to throw it's gear out using centrifugal force. The speed of the starter has to be enough to overcome the spring inside. It is either a little seized and needs to be rebuilt and greased up, or the battery isn't powered up enough to get the right speed to engage properly. In that case clean the battery posts and clamps well, then charge or replace the battery. To know if the battery is bad wait till it is charged... if it still doesn't engage try again with booster cables from your car etc. and see if it suddenly works fine.

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My 1993 Buick Park Avenue just Clicks once when you turn the key on starter won't engage the battery is fine


Sounds like a bad starter or a bad battery cable connection to me. If you are certain that tyour battery is in good condition and fully charged, your battery cables are clean and tight and are making good connection on BOTH ends, replace the starter.

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Our 2001 saturn sedan wont start we only hear a click noise. can it be a blown fuse for the security on the car that may be causing the car not to start


Chck that the battery is fully charged . There used to be a syaing that, "many clicks means it's a bad battery. One click may be the starter". The solenoid is not engaging the flywheel. If the battery is fully charged the starter is bad.

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97 fatboy starter engages but will not stay engaged.


I would check the starter clutch its self first. It is a one way clutch so if you remove the starter and disassemble it to the starter clutch and hold the starter clutch in one hand and use your other hand to turn the starter clutch gear, it should only turn in one direction.

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