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Starter will not engage at ignition switch, but can be jumped successfully at starter solenoid

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the battery cable should be on one post and the fusible links should be on the same post. the other post should be the starter cable only

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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....

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If you get a Haynes repair manual it will have all of the wiring diagrams for the car.

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Go to autozone.com and register they have good wiring diagrams for your truck.What I saw was all the relays going to ground so you should have 12V coming off the ignition switch.

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there should be a slot for each wire on back of ignition play with them till you get it right cant hurt anything

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If so, then either there is a problem in the starting circuit between the ignition switch and the starter, or the starter is bad. There is a way to check the starter on the vehicle: the starter will have 2 electrical connections. One is the positive battery cable, and the other is a small wire connection to the starter solenoid, mounted on the starter. The key should be off, the brake set, and the transmission in park or neutral. Use a small jumper wire or a small screwdriver, and jump the battery cable connection to the solenoid connector. Take off the solenoid electrical connector if you need room to do this. With key off, the engine won't fire and run, but if the starter is good, then jumping those two connections will make the starter engage and spin the engine over. (Of course, if key is in ON, the engine should start and run.) But you are just checking starter operation, so keep the key off. If starter is good it will crank the engine over. If jumping the two connections causes nothing, then it is pretty certain the starter motor or the solenoid is bad, and you need to replace it. (Take off the negative battery cable from the battery first to remove the starter from the vehicle.)

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