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What could be wrong with your 2000 Ford F-150 truck so you cant start it you hear a clicking sound coming from your relay 2 fuse located inside the truck?

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2005-09-25 03:02:39
2005-09-25 03:02:39

1) Starter relay near battery.2) bad ground connection.3) dirty battery cables or connections. A click is a indication of a limitation of current flow.

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