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Roy Belding, Classic Car Mechanic
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I have a 1971 impala that will not turn over (crank). I have

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I have a 1971 impala that will not turn over (crank). I have power and all my electrical works. I was wondering if it might that little clicker type thing by the brake pedal that you step on with your feet and it clicks
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Classic Car
Expert:  Roy Belding replied 2 years ago.

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that is the switch for the high beams headlights.

you need to check and see if there is voltage at the starter solenoid. when you turn the key to start, there should be voltage at the little wire on the solenoid. if there is then the starter motor has failed and needs to be replaced. if it does not, then it is either the ignition switch or the neutral safety switch that is preventing it from cranking