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hey dude this is tatum.. try ur switch for your ignition .. some system involving ignition to solenoid ciruit system which involves starter engagment when key is inserted to ignition switch Outside chance that the flexplate maybe damaged or the starter is not "Shimmed" correctly and not allowing the starter toothed wheel to disengage. In some cases the starter may need to be "Shimmed" to move it away from the flexplate so that the gear does not get jammed. In any case, if you find the problem please let us know 8-) TommyTrouble

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Q: 1993 ford e350 starter won't disengage new starter new starter solenoid new battery any ideas?
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