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Old 04-06-2014, 03:21 AM   #11
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Oh boy, this argument again.
Not really an argument. I usually put relay/solenoid but this time I only put one and of course someone came in and said its the other. Pretty much ended there.
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Old 04-06-2014, 08:06 PM   #12
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Since you did the Starter it should be fine, along with the battery and the cables. Test the relay and also inline fuse links ( 3) ? If all good loosen the starter and wiggle it or take it out and use a large screwdriver and move the starter ring gear some. It may be rounded off teeth locking things up. Look in 3 spots on the ring gear for damage with a good flash light.


You may not have all the cables hooked up correctly. One hanging loose ?
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Have you figured out the culprit yet?
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Talking problem solved.

i found a ground wire tied into the pos lead on the starter, i think the person who had the truck before me did it. and when i cleaned the ned lead on the battery post it made the problem worse. i also found the clutch engagement switch is jumped, so i think that is bad too. when i removed the neg lead to the starter it cranked right over like a champ. i dont know why they did that but it was a pain in the ***. LOL thank for all your help everyone i really appreciate it.
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The clutch switch can be a real PITA in a storm at night. LOL. Glad your going again.
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Sweet! Glad to hear you got it fixed!
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Question is it a manual or auto? I could be the neutral safety switch on theauto or the clutch position sensor if it is a manual I would also check the pedallinkage under the dash there are nylon busing and if that deforms that maycause a no start to.


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