Question about Ford Lincoln Continental
You either have a poor ground causing the voltage to be held up and not flowing to the starter.
#2 the starter may be the cause,if it has a lot of starts on it, the inside can be worn and the armature is dragging.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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