What might be the problem with my Town & Country?
2002 Chrysler. Drove it home, everything was fine. Tried to start the rig back up, and it just makes a fast clicking noise. Still have power to the radio and lights.
Dead battery. Not enough amps to turn the car over. Time for a new one.
Possibly a starter solenoid ... located on op of starter
I'm sorry .. that's wrong ... if you got one click every time you go to start it ... i would say solenoid ... check you battery cables for a good connection ... I agree with Tom ... not enough amps to battery
If you haven't already bought a battery, remove the battery cables from the battery & clean the battery terminals. Also clean the inside of the battery cables. You can use fine grit sand paper or go to your local auto parts store & buy a tool to clean the terminals & inside of the cables. After reconnecting the terminals (ground cable first) if it still doesn't start, it's probably time to replace the battery.
Get a new battery
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