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1994 ford tempo starter or solenoid?

How do you determine what needs to replaced between the starter solenoid or the start motor?

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  • cherokeemami Feb 07, 2009

    i need to know how to replace the solenoid>? and how to replace the starter?

  • hazznomad Feb 25, 2009

    I do not here clicking from starter when I turn switch... i replaced the fender Solenoid. But car won't start unless i jump it from a charged battery or if i charge the battery a little, I can jump it off from the fender Solenoid. So, something in switch is draining battery. Hint: When I turn on lights the key dinger comes on and stays on until i turn the lights off. How do I know if I have a bad switch or a short and how can I repair?

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Listen for a click when you try to start it if you here that then you need a starter if no click then solenoid.

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  • steven baldwin Dec 25, 2008

    Why would you give me an inappropriate ratting If you cant under stand the answer then maybe you shouldnt ask the question . I answered your question for free when no body else would. If you needed more details you could of asked but that rating was inappropriate dont expect any free answers with you rating people like that . JUST RUDE.

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