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Starters and Ignition Systems
Ford F-150
Late Model 1979-New Ford Mustangs

Why would the starter stay engaged all the time after it and the solenoid were replaced on a 1986 F150 if no wires are crossed?


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2004-11-13 10:23:45
2004-11-13 10:23:45

If this happened immediately after replacing the starter, I would say the wires on the solonoid are connected wrong. It could be the switch but I think it is the wiring.

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