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My Lincoln LS 2000 does not start

The starter and battery seems to be fine but the car still does not start. this leads me to think that the starter relay may be bad but I cannot figure out which one it is in the fuse box so that i can replace it. do you know how i can get this imformation or have any other ideas of what i should do?

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If the motor is turning over then you dont have a starter problem. its eather not getting gas or not getting spark

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