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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry the 1989 F250 4wd wheels are not interchangeable with the 2000 F250 4WD.. The hubs where changed to a new design and (Bolt Pattern: 8 x 170MM) From 1999 to present...
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
There is a spring in the starter that should cause it to disengage after the electricity is removed. Double check that the electricity is removed form the starter side of the solenoid, cause that is the easiest thing to check first. Then take the starter off and have it checked for free at your local auto store. If it seems OK to them it may be the starter is not the right one for the bell housing. If it sticks in to far, the starter gear may be stuck partly in the flywheel.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
You'll need a volt tester or a test light. The large wire from the battery should go to the first large lug, the other larger wire goes to the starter goes to the other large lug. There should be one or two smaller wires that fit the large lugs. If there is only one small wire with a large connector it should go on the starter lug. If there are two small wires with large connectors, you'll have to check to see which one powers the car and ingition. Turn the key and have someone watch the dash lights then touch one wire to the wire from the battery, the one that light up the dash lights goes there, the other will most likely go on the other side but not always. There should also be one or two wire with small connectors these are the ignition switch and ignition wires. Once you have the other wires hooked up, have someone try to start the truck the wire that is hot only when they are trying to start the truck goes to the small lug by the battery side of the solenoid, if there is another wire it will go to the other lug.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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