Question about 1986 Ford F 250
The first thing i would do is try turning over the engine by hand making sure the engine itself is not seized. if it turns over by hand check to make sure your getting 12 volts down at the starter. sometimes starter cable gets corroded causing slow or even no start. if thats good, check to make sure you have a good ground from your batteries to your engine. your starter gets its ground from its case which is mounted to the engine. if the engine isnt grounded you wont have a complete circuit.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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