Q: Q: Car problem starting.

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My car makes a clicking sounds when i try starting it. I have new batteries so i know this is not the problem also my battery has no corrosion. So when i start my car it makes clicking sound and wont start and when i try again it starts up and when i try again it sometimes makes a clicking sound or start. What is the problem?

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