Having problems with your 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora ?

CLICKING NOISE.WON'T START. - 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 12-11-2018

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Ok! Quick! Make sure the battery connectors are clean and tight.
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\015\012Next, Test to see if the battery has enough charge in it. To do this: Turn on your high beam head lights. If they are very dim or get dim when you try and start the engine, your battery is weak and needs a charge or replacement or one or both cable connections require cleaning.
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\015\012If the lights don't get dim, your starter motor, the attached starter solenoid or an electrical connection to or between them may be defective and require cleaning, tightening or replacement.
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\015\012Ok... Turn your lights off...
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\015\012RAy
Sounds like a bad battery. Try jumping the vehicle. If it won't start from a jump then you need to look at the Solenoid.
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