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SHEILA 1/5/2011
1989 Mercedes Benz 560SEL Base 8Cyl5.6L - Engine
WHY DOES MY CAR NOT GET ANY FIRE WHEN TRYING TO START IT UP, IT WILL NOT TURN OVER .
PUT IN NEW SPARK PLUGS, AND DISTRIBUTOR .
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  • J and K AUTOMOTIVE TOWING AND REPAIR
    Generally if you hear a whirring from the engine compartment, or a repeated clicking, this means the starter solenoid (a mechanical switch that engages the starter) is still functioning but there is not enough battery current to going to the starter. This is a good sign because you know your solenoid isn't the problem.

    Replace the battery or jump start the vehicle. If it won't start, your starter is probably dead or there is a ground fault caused by a frayed wire touching the chassis (check the alternator wires!). A classic symptom of a frayed wire ground-fault is random gauge spinning and other electrical weirdness. good luck

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