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Here is the timeline as to what happened to my '95 mustang gt. Maybe then someone can help by understanding the sequence of events. The battery was weak due to me leaving the lights on. I jumped it, and it started. I then charged the battery. Left the car parked for a day or so. When I tried to start, it was as if the battery was dead again. So I had the battery checked out. It checked good. So I troubleshooted and replaced the starter relay. Still won't start. I then replaced the solenoid, and still won't start. So I replaced the starter! And still won't start. It still sounds as if the power is not making contact to the starter when I turn the key....I am stumped. Help!

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  • ccn7 May 11, 2010

    Chk. for fuseable links that might be burnt, like around starter, or around battery, If you find one just pull on it if its burnt it will pull apart. If that all chk. out ok(you did not say if its stick or automatic) it could be a park neutral switch or starter switch. also If its equiped with a switch on the clutch, where clutch has to be depressed to start.



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Even though you had the battery checked it may be bad or have a weak cell in it. It can be charged and then keep a surface charge on for a little bit and then die. To check a battery out you need to use a good carbon pile tester and not just one of the old fashioned load testers. I guarantee you that it is most likely the battery. Especially if the battery is 4 plus years old or more. Cold weather just kills batteries as does hot weather. Good luck.

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