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Amps from a starter for 1989 Ford Taurus

How many amps should be coming out of a starter for a 1989 Ford Taurus V6?

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You should have a starter draw of about 250-300 amps during cranking. Disconnect the fuel or ignition system and crank for several seconds to get a good reading.

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