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4x4 1990 f150 will not start

Willnot start put new battery i am not sure but i think it may be the clutch switchmay be bad

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Does the truck turn over but won’t start? If so there is a fusible link running from the starter solenoid behind the battery.
Also if you get nothing when you turn the key could be the solenoid. Its easy enough to jump the solenoid and check . Check all the fusible links coming off the power side of the solenoid and replace as needed.

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