Question about 2000 Ford Explorer
My 2000 Ford Ranger 3 litre XLT 4x4 with 76,000 miles has a starter that works when it is not hot. I notice the problem every time I use my truck long enough to really get the engine thuroughly warmed up then turn it off as I shop. When I return to my truckand go to start it, nothing happens, not even a click. As long as I let my truck cool down for at least half an hour, then the starter will work.
You need to check and see if your getting power at the starter solenoid on the small wire when it is acting up. this wire should be hot when key is in start position. if you are then you have a solenoid problem. if not then it is a wiring or ign switch problem
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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