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I have a 1991 ford f 150pick up that wont start

We dont think its the battery because it has a full charge but we shout the truck off and now all it makes is a clicking sound we think it mite be the slinold but not very sore we dont here the starter trying ether the slinoild is making the clicking sound plz help thanks in advance

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It could be the solenoid. with the age of the truck it could have a solenoid that is mounted either on the firewall or on the fenderwell. it is a cheap part to replace but when you go to replace it make sure that you disconnect the battery and clean the battery terminals and the wires where they attach to the solenoid. you should also have the alternator checked just in case it is not charging and if the battery is not new you should have it checked at the same time as one of the cells may be bad. checking the alternator and the battery are done for free at your local parts store. my email is soldierdaddy1@yahoo.com and i am a mechanic in the army.

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