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1987 / Ford Bronco 2 / 4-wd / 6-cylinder

12/02/2008 // Tuesday, 12:15 am


Logansautomo:


Ref: I'm guessing starter would not disengage; was most likely

burned out in the process; does this explain no lights of any sort?

Tried to start vehicle after 6 hours; no luck on that. No "click" when

ignition is turned to on position; also no lights.

Would starter scenario burn out electrical system or just some

part(s) of it?


Sincerely,


hal1949@lycos.com


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Prob kilt the battery

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