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1997 Ford Tbird Starting issues

Intermittant issues with starting of this car. Almost like no power to starter. Sometimes after a few turns of ignition starter engages and fires car immediately. No real rhyme or reason to the times/situations (angles, temperatures, gas level)

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It could b as simple as loose or dirty connectins to the solanoid on the starter

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Sequence of Operation

NOTE: An overrunning clutch in the drive assembly protects the starter motor (11002) from excessive speeds during the brief period before the driver releases the ignition switch (11572) from the START position (as the engine (6007) starts).

  1. The ignition switch is turned to the START position.
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My car wont start it dont seem to be getting any spark to turn over


Just spent 3 months w/same issues, i.e. intermittant starting on 95 tbird. All indications pointe to a starter solenoid/starter (a combo unit) which was replaced by Ford with rebuilt (new not available). Problem fine for awhile then continued so replaced ignition switch, park/neutral switch, checked all connections/cables/battery, checked for shorts/voltage drop. Finally discovered the "new" starter was intermittently bad. Ford replaced it only upon threat of small claims court. It worked fine on the bench but was not reliable. I suspect a cheap rebuild resulting in 'flat spots" on the armature... Never thought about a bad part and even when I did I had to fight to get it replaced.....

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