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If you are shorting to the small terminal and activating the solenoid, then the solenoid is OK and either the ignition switch or the wiring connecting the switch to the solenoid are faulty.

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There isn't much to the wiring diagram There is only two wires to the N75 turbo control solenoid.Pin 2 on solenoid green and brown comes from the ECU pin 64 and Pin 1 Green and white wire goes to a 10 pin connector in the plastic channel on the left side of the engine bay pin 6 and then that then goes on to connection 2 (87) in dash panel wiring harness.

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Remove starter 2001 Lincoln Town Car


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Removal & Installation

  1. Remove or disconnect the following:

    Negative battery cable and properly isolate to prevent accidental reconnection Red solenoid safety cap Wires from solenoid 2 upper bolts 1 lower bolt and starter

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    Fig. Starter motor mounting


To install:
  1. Install or connect the following:

    Starter and lower mounting bolt 2 upper mounting bolts. Tighten all 3 bolts to 15-20 ft. lbs. (20-27 Nm). Wires from solenoid and tighten the nut to 40-50 inch lbs. Red solenoid safety cap Negative battery cable

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you need to find the starter solenoid and jump the two largest posrs with booster cables .if it canks repace the starter.if all your hearing now is a clicking sound you need to jump power to the solenoids start wire,a push on wire on the smaller post of the solenoid ,if it cranks replace the solenoid.if neither makes it crank,repair the grounrd cable or remove the starter and remove the rust from the nose cone and the mounting point.

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I have a 1981 lincoln mark VI 5.0 engine i just


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OUCH!!! If there was no previous wiring problem, first check that you did not inadvertently ground a hot wire somewhere. Then check the starter & solenoid for internal shorts. (Ive seen some wierd stuff along the way, including a brush assembly that broke and the spring shorted out an entire starting system). Unfortunately, you will have to cut open the wiring harness and replace all burned wiring. Be careful to seperate any fused together wires without breaking them. Use the same gauge wire when repairing, to avoid overheating of new stuff after repair.Wrap wire ends together, then solder all connections. Squeze type junctions do not work all the time.
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