Question about 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria
The easiest way to locate your starter is to start at the positive battery terminal.Follow that wire to the starter solenoid.on the solenoid there are two big wires one leads to the battery and one leads to the starter (make sure you have a fully charged battery
and if you touch a screw driver across the metal studs of these two terminals and the engine cranks the problem is probably with the solenoid) as for the firing order your best bet is to get a haynes manual for your make and model car and the full easy to follow procedure for determining the firing order will be there (try googling firing order for your car and you might find a procedure for free online)
hope this helps.........Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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