CAR WILL NOT START, BATTERY TESTED GOOD, REPLACED STARTER CAR STILL DOING THE SAME THING STARTER CLICKS WHEN KEY IS TURNED BUT WILL NOT TURN OVER. ENGINE TURNS OVER WITH A RATCHET AND SOCKET TURNING THE CRANK, COULD IT BE THAT THE BATTERY NEEDS TO BE CHARGED. I ALSO TRIED PUTTING A JUMP BOX ON IT BUT TO NO AVAIL, ONLY A CLICK NOISE FROM THE NEW STARTER
My car has 120000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
Generally, a clicking sound is produced when turning the key when the battery is weak or you have a faulty starter solenoid. I would suggest checking the battery again to be sure it is fully charged. If the clicking sound continues, this may suggest you have a faulty starter solenoid. The starter solenoid is located on the starter and has internal electrical contacts that transmit electricity to the starter. As electricity is supplied to the starter a small gear comes out and engages the flywheel to spin the engine over as you turn the key. When this fails, it may cause a clicking sound and will not allow the starter to engage the flywheel when you turn the key. I would recommend having a professional from YourMechanic come to your location to diagnose and inspect your vehicle.