Question about 1979 Lincoln Mark V
IF no click click click.. starter cylenoide located next too battery first than probably the altranater and garenteed voltage regulator
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
There may be a "fusible link" there where the positive cable bolts onto the solenoid, if you are LUCKY, it just melted one of these. you may just "feel"them and tell or take a test light and see if you have power where they end (a few inches down from where they are connected to the solenoid)
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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