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1987 Bronco Starter

Starter was trying to engage as I drove down the road. Replaced the starter still kept trying to engage, replaced the starter relay, no change, replaced the ignition switch and now the starter will not shut off unless you disconnect the battery. What could be the problem? and how do i fix it?

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  • houseofusher Oct 03, 2008

    thanks, we had to trace wires and found 2 that were naked and touching. Fixed them and now it runs like a champ. Appreciate the help.

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Ok you have a solonoid on the fender that controlls the starter
there is a small wire that signal the relay to close that puts power to your starter.
you need a test light to see when that wire is hot.
and then we can go from there
later
paul

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