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Hello, It sounds like your starter has failed. If you have a test light I can help you test the starter itself? If you have battery power but no noise upon trying to start there is an issue with the starter.
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I'm sorry but that isn't an accurate test. When testing the starter out of the vehicle there is no load on the starter. So they will always test good. What happens is the starter doesn't actually have the power to turn the engine over when they wear out. They need to test the starter on the vehicle for the test to be accurate. If the small wire has 12v at the starter when trying to start then the starter is bad. This tests the starter as well as the entire starter circuit for you. That is how you want to test the starter because it may just be weak over the years which is what happens.
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