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Sounds like your starter solenoid is buzzing. This means either the battery connections need to be cleaned, or the battery needs charged and possibly replaced. Check the connections at the starter and the solenoid. The solenoid is usually mounted to the back of the dash plate. If you have access to a load tester check the battery after charging and see if voltage is at 12.6 volts and that it passes the load test. Hope this helps, plese post solved on this site.com.So I get credit more info.for a solved problem if it does. If not, check back and give me

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Buzzing sound: This usually indicates poor current flow as the buzzing sound means the current is making its way to the solenoid but could not activate the plunger to engage the pinion gear and flywheel of the starter motor.
If your relay starts to buzz, it indicates a failure for one of two reasons: One, your low voltage relay may have failed in either the ON or OFF position and will need to be replaced. Or two, you have a bad switch connected to your relay that is stuck in the ON position.
Check/clean/tighten all connections on battery/solenoid/starter/Ignition switch and neg(-) cable to frame or motor. Check to ensure all safety features are working properly and not engaged. Check for an inline fuse, bypass solenoid to see if engine cranks if it does replace solenoid, if no crank replace starter.
It might be a battery or alternator problem.

A rapid clicking noise when trying to start your car could mean there`s something wrong within the electrical system. Perhaps your battery`s dead, or your alternator, which charges the battery, isn`t working correctly.

Improperly functioning spark plugs cause an uneven burn of fuel in the engine, resulting in fluctuating RPMs and a louder noise. You might also experience increased vibrations of your vehicle while sitting idle or while traveling at low speeds. These vibrations originate from the engine and can shake the entire car.
Most solenoids are connected to the valve with threads, so all you have to do is unscrew the solenoid to remove it. If the valve does not buzz when activated, go to the controller and disconnect the common wire and the valve wire for the valve that buzzes from the controller.
The easiest way to tell if your engine is flooded with gas is to remove the spark plug. If it`s wet, it`s flooded and you`ll need to let the cylinder dry out before trying to restart. Compressed air can help speed up the process.
Loud popping, knocking, and stuttering noises from the hood of your vehicle are cause for concern, and could be a sign of major engine damage.
You can put some polystyrene foam between the relay and the wall. So before mounting it and screwing to the wall, apply some foam (any non-flammable foam) and screw tight to the wall. This will help prevent the transfer of the buzzing to the drywall and the rest of the wall.
The chattering you hear on a pump start relay is usually caused by insufficient amperage arriving at the relay from the controller. The first question you should ask yourself is – Did this Relay work for some time before or is this new installation?
You can reduce the noise produced by the transformer by covering the walls of the transformer cabin with noise absorbent materials such as acoustic tiles, kimsul, or fiberglass.

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