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How do you replace a starter solenoid on a Ford ranger?

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2012-01-18 18:19:21
2012-01-18 18:19:21

I have '94 and it right by your battery. 1st you need to disconnect your battery then you need to get wires leading to your solenoid. then you can disconnect those, finally you can need to unscrew the mounts. there you go

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