starter won't turn with new battery

Asked by Jan 04, 2012 at 09:34 PM about the 1995 Saturn S-Series 2 Dr SC2 Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

5 Answers

sounds like the starter is locked up.

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1. Is the new battery any good? Check the voltage. 2. If the battery is good, hit the starter with a block of wood it jar it a bit. If it starts after that, then the starter needs replacing. start with those

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1 starter 2.ground wire.3.ignition fuse.4.cyilanoid on starter nd dont listen to them they obv dont know what their talking about becuse they asked if the battrey is good and u said u put a new battrey in it ha

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1 starter 2.ground wire.3.ignition fuse.4.cyilanoid on starter nd dont listen to them they obv dont know what their talking about becuse they asked if the battrey is good and u said u put a new battrey in it ha

1,665

I guess someone who cant spell solenoid is an automotive genius. Of course checking if the battery is discharged to the point where it wont crank is a stupid idea.

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