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Changed starter, solenoid, battery terminals, still wont start

Truck wont start, changed peices and still all it does is click

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What kind of truck is it

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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    IT IS A 95 FORD EXPLORER WITH A 4.0.

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  Does the engine turn by putting a 18mm socket on the crankshaft bolt?

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