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1995 Winstar will not turn over

My wife came home from work 1 hour tried to start and it will not turn over. Replaced battery, checked starter and also replaced ignition switch on the stearing column. Still will not turn over. It doesn't click or nothing.

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  • jperry6 Jan 20, 2009

    that checks out ok.checked it when i checked the starter.

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Try changing the solenoid it sould either be on the fire wall or on the starter itself

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