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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 91 Trooper leaf springs
ok what you have is just a multi leaf leaf spring. in the middle of the leaf where the axle should be a bolt that holds them together. you need to check the U bolts that hold the axle to the spring. there has to be a reason it moved . check the leaf spring for a broken leaf. i would recomend getting new Ubolts. and when you put it back together make sure you use the bolt that holds the leaves together as the center .
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Posted on Aug 28, 2008
percyhey, The first idea is to check the starter itself. You will need a test light for this procedure. Jack up the car and put jackstands under the frame to support it. PLEASE DO NOT go under the car with out them. Ramps would be easier and safer if you have them. Locate the starter and the little wire going to the solenoid. Remove the wire and find a good ground for the test light. The negative battery terminal is best if your test light wires are long enough. If not then use the body or engine as a ground and test this by touching the test light probe to the large wire on the starter and see if it lights up. If the small wire is bolted to the starter then you dont have to remove it, just make sure that it is intact. Touch the test light probe at the small wire and have someone try to start the engine. If it lights up then you have power going to the starter and the solenoid is malfunctioning and the starter needs to be replaced. Seeing that you have already tested the fuses and relays and replaced the ignition switch then this is the only possibility left. If you dont have power going to the solenoid then check the battery wires. Good luck with this.
Posted on May 08, 2011
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