Question about 1993 Ford Mustang
You should have one wire comming off the battery to the solinoid and the other side to the starter. Then you will have either one or two small posts on the solinoid that small wires hook to. To start off leave the small wires off and see if you have the same problem-if so your solinoid needs replaced. If it doesn't start, go ahead and hook up one small wire, and if it sparks or tries to turn over put it on the other post. Then if no matter wich way you put them and it still tries to start, the problem is in the electrical part of your switch. I hope this helps.
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