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I have a 2001 ford f550 7.3 when I turn key the motor wont turn but if I lift hood use a screw driver to starter solenoid it starts wat do I do plz help

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You need to replace the starter solenoid. It's best to do the starter and solenoid as a package, saves extra work down the road.

Posted on Oct 22, 2013

  • chris carrisoza Oct 22, 2013

    I changed the starter and the solenoid still wont turn

  • cy schousboe Oct 22, 2013

    Sounds like you wired it back up wrong then.I don't have a wiring diagram to help you, I'm afraid. If you have a friend with a Ford have a look at his wiring, or possibly check with the dealer, a sympathetic service rep will probably point you in the right direction.

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SOURCE: 1998 ford escort 1.6 zetec,solenoid stuck..

Yes it is the starter motor, remove it and check, you probabley will have to replace the starter Bendix.

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SOURCE: 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee - will not start - starter

I also have a 98 Jeep Cherokee with the same problem. I know I probably need to replace the starter eventually but as of now I turn it to accessory only, pop it in neutral, then start it and it works every time when it wouldn't even try to turn over with it in park. Don't know why it works, but it does. Give it a try.

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SOURCE: Turn ignition key but won't start..All power on, is it starter?

Can be a Junk Relay, access is limited, but giving the Starter a "crack" with a mallet, often cures the problem temporarily. But check the Battery terminals, and Cable to the Starter solenoid ,first for tightness and security.
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SOURCE: Starter solenoid on 1993 Ford E350 nwith 7.5 liter

It sounds like the small tickler wires may be reversed to the Solenoid.

If no success, call Itasca and ask if there were any changes for this Solenoid. There are several types of Solenoid with the grounding being the major internal difference. Most likely your wires are switched.

Posted on May 25, 2010

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