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1994 lincoln wont start and does clicking noises

Has new battery,starter and it was starting but sometimes not untill finally it does clicking noises but does not start

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Make sure your parking gear is correctly set; manuver to PARK, to REVERSE, then back to PARK. Discovered the Safety Mechanism had engaged, locking the ignition starter. Good luck.

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Do you know ware the clicking noise is comming from? maybe relay? maybe bad sellinoid? the sellinoid is my guess.

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