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F250 won't start

I have a 2002 f250 I have power all the lights come on my gauges read good battery power and all that but when I try to start it it will not even turn over no attempt to crank nothing help me out here please

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  • m2_haynie Sep 07, 2009

    I have no clue how do I check this. This is my first f250 had chevys in the past thoughs things.

  • m2_haynie Sep 07, 2009

    Hey thanks alot man, it was the starter. Got a new one put on it today and the trucks running like a charm thanks for all your help.

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Does the starter solenoid get power to the crank signal wire at the "S" terminal?

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    yadayada Sep 07, 2009

    I am really sorry but the info is there, the terminal is marked "S" at the starter solenoid, buy a 12 volt test light from any auto parts store, about $5

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