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I have changed ignition switch, solenoid, key cylinder, and taken out fusable link. Truck will not start. Lights work, radio does not.

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    Clint Smock May 11, 2010

    Does it crank over?

  • bkauffman1 May 11, 2010

    what year is the truck?

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Check the wirings and fuses again. Something wrong with one of the two.

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I replaced the ignition switch, but I am not getting any response when I turn the key. the engine will turn over by jumping the solenoid, but will not start. It's like there is no electricity to the key or...


Check the fusable link at the solenoid to the firewall or battery. There should be two of them. Also there is a relay that can be a problem from time to time.
There will be two or at least one rubbery wire coming off the solenoid that goes into to the wiring harness. Push and pull around you will notice a stretchiness the others do not have. This is the fusable link. Check for continuity and replace with the SAME WIRE. If you use a jumper and the problem is fatal to the circuit you will burn more up than the truck is worth.

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If you have tried a boost.......even though the lights and radio work and hear a click when turning to start......it may need a starter.
It would be best to check for voltage to the starter and from the smaller wire at the starter solenoid when turning the key to start position before replacing the starter.
With the truck in park or neutral....jump the starter solenoid from under the truck......with no cranking from the starter under these conditions....yes...... you may need a starter.

If you do not get a voltage reading at the smaller wire at the solenoid when the key is in start mode....check the wiring,starter relay,the safety neutral switch and the ignition switch.
If you have anti theft.........this may cause a no start too.

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You should never bypass a fuseable link. Check your ground iff the battery and replace the fuseable link.

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Might be your ignition switch, or a fusable link from you battery. The switch makes more sense but i have no idea why it would screw up while you were driving. Usuall y that happens when you're starting it or shutting it off.

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