Q: Won't crank/ start

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My Cherokee will not crank when I turn the key, I replaced the startor solenoid and still nothing no crank at all. I tried using a flathead to the startor and it sounds like a drill. Doesn't sound like a engine crank, if I need a new startor, Why doesn't my engine crank over when I turn the key though? I need help with this problem really bad

My car has 192000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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