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1989 f 150 The starter used to slow start Now it just clicks and wont start?

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2009-08-02 16:27:14
2009-08-02 16:27:14

How is your battery ? Try a battery charger , battery jumpstarter pack , or a battery boost and see if it starts . ( also, it could be a battery cable connection )

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A no start condition where the starter just clicks.



if it wont turn over at all you need a starter


starter, starter relay, battery, high resistance in batter/starter cabels just a few things that will cause this.


It's probably your starter or maybe the sellonoid. Easy to check which it is.


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These answers by mechanics about dead batteries are amazing me. I am a girl...really into cars because I have had a few. I just had this problem in my 1989 classic Saab. The problem is your starter...The clicking sound means that the pin inside of the starter is not projecting itself and thats why when you turn your key you hear a clicking. Get your starter tested



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Dirty battery connections or loose battery cables at starter or solenoid?


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First check both connections at the battery and if connections are good then it would be a faulty starter solenoid.ANS 2 - If it clicks that's usually a sign the solenoid IS working, but voltage is not getting to the starter. This can be a loose or oily connection at the starter, a worn or ineffective Bendix spring, or a burnt out starter. Even a starter not making good ground to the engine block can cause this symptom.


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Weak battery? Seized engine? Loose or corroded battery cables? Bad Starter solenoid? Bad starter? Bad neutral safety switch?


The problem is not in the starter. Check the starter solenoid/relay switch or look for a loose battery cable connection.


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