Starter won't turn and power is fluctuating
Starter won't turn over and the power is fluctuating. Starter is new and battery tests good
Ronnie Row, If battery is indeed good 12.4+ volts and starter is new and tested to be good and you only get a click noise when trying to start, the connections on/from battery to starter or from on/battery to grounding point could be loose/ corroded/ damaged. Maybe clean/retighten battery terminal and connection points and if no go try giving the car a boost with cables, just to rule out a weak battery. I have had new starters defective right out of the box also, perhaps have stater/battery tested. If no clicking at all check fuses and relay. Some of the auto parts suppliers offer free battery/starter/alternator/code reading like Pepboys, Nappa, Advanced auto parts,etc and some of the guys are very knowledgeable and may have seen the issue often and put you on the right track.
Good luck. I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button.
It was the starter relay
Ronnie Row, Thanks for replying back, obviously there must of been no clicking if faulty relay. Good to here you are up and running again. Have a good day.
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Ronnie Row not sure what you mean by "the power is fluctuating". Are you saying that if you try to start, the power decreases? How do you know? How did you check that? How did you test the battery?
If it is, then your starter is drawing to many amps from the system. Definitely double check your battery by using a boost from another vehicle.
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