You drive a 1996 Ford F150 4X4 it was running fine then you stopped for gas and it only made one click sound dash lights heater and headlights work but would not ingage?
Check the connections to the solenoid and to the starter.
Well you put a starter on altinater starter selonoid on and when you put hot battier cable on the starter ingage?
Could be a long list of things; Noisy when clutch pressed Pulsating pedal with engine running Difficult to ingage gears Slipping clutch or harsh vibrations The thrust bearing, and fork, should be replaced when the clutch is replaced. Bearing Slide and Fly wheel should be inspected and replaced if need be.
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It means your battery is almost completely dead and there isn't enough juice in it to ingage the solinoids bendix gear (in the starter)into the flywheel and turn the engine over. The clicking is the sound of the gear trying to move into the flywheel and running out of power to continue so it starts over and tries to ingage the gear again over and over that is the clicking. Jump start the vehicle and…
Hello. I have a 1998 lesabre and it would not start either. At first I thought it was a paskey issue but the security light was not on. As I was looking under the dash for the BCM module I accidently moved the ingnition cylindr and noticed the key was not in it. I turn the cylinder as to start the car and of course it did not even ingage the starter but, the security…
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could be the actuator on the front axle. it just takes a big wrench or even some big channel lock pliers. and there is a wire to disconnect before removing. remove it and then replug in the wire. engage the four wheel drive and see if the actuator shaft comes out as the gas inside the actuator expands.