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Want start....... i get no fire from igniton to starter......i already replaced starter silenoid

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I have a 1985 f250 with 6.9 liter diesel and when I couldnt get electricity to starter, I mounted
a 12 volt starter button I got at napa auto partson the dash just to the left of the glow plug light
and wired it across the selenoid switch. I still have to turn the ignition switch on first.

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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