Q: My truck won't start and I've already replaced the starter and wiring is correct. 1979 Chevy C10

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I just replaced the starter for 3rd time in a year, this time the starter won't even kick or try to turn over. My lights come on in my truck and I have power to the starter, just don't know why it's not kicking, my fuses are good as well
My car has an automatic transmission.

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