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1993 Bronco won't start at first try.

Starter starts right up when engine has set for a day and can be considered cold. When trying to restart later in the day, starter clicks but won't start until second attempt. Problem seems not to occur when engine is facing uphill (not entirely sure of this as it occurs irregularly).

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When it doesnt start tap the solenoid on the starter while turning key. if this works the starter solenoid is bad. does the starter make a grinding /clinking noise when starting?

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