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Old 06-13-2011, 03:57 PM
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1985 f150 no power to starter solenoid?

been working on a 85 f150 4wd. put in a rebuilt 351w. truck was turning over fine but i had a bad fuel pump. came back next day to try and start it and it wont do anything at the key switch.all accesories work and you can cross the solenoid and it will turn over. replaced solenoid same problem any ideas what to check before i put a damn p[ushbutton on this thing
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Does it have a neutral safety switch? What tranny?
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Is it grounded correctly// had the same issue on my Farm tracter.. it kept giving me fits.. until i wire brushed behind the selenoit and but it back on with new bolt now perfect. I know we are talking trucks but if you have it at the starter post the ignition and battery but not from the big starter post is can be the ground.. if I am making any sence here...
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check the ignition module
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