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I'm not sure if I'm doing this correctly. I have a 1986 GW Aspen and have a problem with the starter solenoid clicking away. I'm thinking a ground issue, however I am open to any and all thoughts. Thank you and I apologize if I did this incorrectly
 

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Clicking rapidly usually means either a dead battery or bad connections.
 

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I'm not sure if I'm doing this correctly. I have a 1986 GW Aspen and have a problem with the starter solenoid clicking away. I'm thinking a ground issue, however I am open to any and all thoughts. Thank you and I apologize if I did this incorrectly
All but certain what Dave said. Very common when battery is low or poor connection. Put a voltmeter on the battery and hit the start button while reading the DC volts. If that is higher than 10 volts with the button pushed look at all connections.
 
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