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Car will not start. I hear the winding of the starter but the car will not turn over. I think its not engaging correctly. I did run through some big puddles the day prior. I thought I would wait it out and let it dry but its been a week now. What do you think? Thanks for the help jw

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Sounds like the starter solenoid or starter motor not engageing. Remove the complete starter motor assembly and take it to a shop to have it tested. Also when you remove the starter from engine look at the flywheel teeth to see if they are sheared off causing a no start condition. Hope this will help you.

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