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460 wont crank when engine is hot

1986 F150 460 powered

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Defective starter or defective battery or poor engine grounding. do a voltage drop test on battery to engine ground if starter and battery test out ok.

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If the battery is ok - the starter might need some shimms..
Easy enough.. Pop off the starter - put a few shimms in whre it bolts on..

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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