I have a 1999 Ford F150 4.2L and it will not start. When I turn the key, all I get is a clicking noise and it feels like the whole truck shakes. I purchased a new battery and replaced the starter, but still have the same results. What could be the problem?
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that clicking sound coming is off the starter cylinoyde. there is two big red wires connected from both sides and if cylinodye clicking you might have a problem with your starter but let somebody help you out by sitting and turning the key forward and keep clicking untill you check power on both sides of the cylinoyde if power coming on both sides cylinodye is ok the problem is the starter. if there is no power on one side of cylinoyde the problem is the cylinoyde and is very cheap about nine dollars.