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Where is the starter located on a 91 ford escort with the 19L or could there be another problem because it will not even crank has new battery?

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2011-10-18 21:10:45
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Make extra sure that the cables are good and not corroded and green inside and that the ground is on bare metal. Then look at the solenoid located near the battery it connects to the red battery cable. Check these before you think about replacing the starter. The starter is found by following the battery cable from the solenoid; it will lead you right to it.

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