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First turn off radio to keep from losing code.then you disconnect negative battery cable then remove starter electrical wiring then remove torque converter cover and remove starter bolts and starter.
Posted on Apr 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ford starters have a solenoid that is a relay to the starter. I could not read the rest of the problem? Got changed ignition, starter and....
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Starter motor relay!
- not sure which one it is -
definitely sounds like starter relay tho.
if you disconnect the main wire from the starter and turn the key you will kear the relay clicking, find it and replace it... should solve your problem.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
first disconnect batt positive. jack vehicle up on passenger side. you can see starter at rear of engine. you may have to remove plastic around bellhousing to remove starter. There are two bolts holding starter in place.usually 15 mm socket. there is a small nut holding wire. 5/16 or 11/32 socket.. remove it. large nut usually 13mm socket. once removed just reverse procedure. leave comment if successful.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
1.)its the alarm system cant be nuffin wrong with the starter motor i had i problem i changed the battery put a new one on and it did it so all i did was put a switch on the wire were you connect the battery very time you get in the car switch it on and strat the car in one go but evey time your job is finshed with the car switch it off but your alarm system anit gona work then
2.) but a extra battery pack the ones they use on sound systems in cars
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
The copper electrical contact points within the starter are worn away, it should be possible to get replacement parts for this for less than $10. Engine starting consists of a solenoid pushing the geared end of the motor armature towards toothed edge of the flywheel. At the point of engagement the motor contacts hit the corresponding copper contact plates and the motor springs into life spinning rapidly and in the process turns the engine over. The clicking you hear is the solenoid moving the motor forward repeatedly to no avail. Remove the starter motor and solenoid combo from the block. You will need to remove the motor armature to access the two bolted-on copper contact plates. Swap the plates over for new ones. By all menas clean and brush any dirt off but do not lubricate anything as it causes dirt to stick and gum up the motor eventually Reassemble and mount the starter combo back on the engine. Reconnect the power lead and make sure the engine block is earthed back to the frame of car securely. Bingo!
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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