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94 bronco 5.0 will not start changed solinoid

94 bronco 5.0 will not start changed solinoid &starter just get a clicking from solinoind on fender battery puttin out 12.8 at solinoid&starter ?????

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Remove starter wire from solenoid and firmly touch it to the other wire on solenoid. It will spark some, starter should crank if working; providing battery power is good and the battery connections are clean. Check the heavy ground wire from battery to where it's connected to the engine or body are clean. If not, starter is bad.

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