Question about 1990 Ford Mustang
If this is a stick shift car, there is a safety switch on the clutch pedal that keeps the car from starting if the clutch is not pushed in when you turn the key. On older cars, this switch gets out of adjustment and you may have to push the clutch pedal hard against the carpet to get the car to start.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Check for fusible links close to the battery, they may be just wires or they may look like giant fuses. Use an electrical tester to see if current is passing through them. Also you can try using a screwdriver to connect the main bttery power at the starter to the cellunoid to check that it will start. Just make sure it is in park or neutral and the emergency brake is on.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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