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2005 f-250 won't start with the key in start position

On the passenger side fender I disconnected plug to the starter solnoid
and install jump wire to 12v source starts fine

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Ok then its your ingntion swicth

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If its a new starter check and see that the wires are hooked up right, could be time for a new starter, or starter relay on the fender well, or the ignition switch is bad.

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Sounds as if the p[roblem may be the solenoid. ONe way to check is when you have this problem, use a wire to jump the solenoid. The solenoid will be on the passenger fender under the hood. You will need to use the wire to jump from the small gauge wire to the battery wire on the right side of the solenoid. Be sure the vehicle is in park and the hand brake on, leave the key in the run position, then try it. If the problem is the solenoid, by jumping using this wire, the vehicle will start. Good Luck.


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