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95 f-150 will not start. Battery is good.

1995 f-150 5.0 will not start. Battery is fine, but it seems like no power to the starter.

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Crawl under the truck and see if the wire is broken going to the soliniod on the starter. I just had to fix mine as it was bent in a 90 degree angle and broke clear off. If this is it put a new end on it, then silicone rubber the wire so it will not bend to a 90 again.

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