Question about 1991 Ford Explorer
When i turn the key all i get is a click, the battery seems to be fine.
It could be a number of things. The starter solenoid could be bad, the starter itself could be bad, your battery cables could be corroded or just simply loose, the cables on your starter could be loose or broken and possibly a bad ignition switch. I would start with the free ones first and then you could have you starter tested along with the battery, just to be sure. Most of your chain auto part stores will test these for free. Then it's just a process of elimination. Please rate this if it was useful information.
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