2001 Lincoln ls my car has full charge and it want crank it makes a clicking noise when I turn the ignition

Charlie Matson

Asked by Nov 24, 2015 at 06:41 PM about the 2001 Lincoln LS V8

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers


If battery is good,check your battery cables to be tight,if all is good with cables,your starter may be the issue.

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That sounds like a bad battery- how do you know it is good? Sometimes an old battery will take a charge but won't work because it has a bad cell-

Charlie Matson

Its a new battery

Charlie Matson

So where is the starter

1 out of 1 people think this is helpful.

The starter is located on the passenger side of motor right under exhaust.

Bob Beaman

Sounds like either a bad starter solenoid (part of the starter), discharged battery or battery connection corrosion at the starter solenoid connection. Take a close look at it before you run out and buy a starter.

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