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I have a 1998 ford windstar it has the 3.8 i just replaced the starter and the battery but it still wont crank over it just clicks

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Please Place the gear selector in "N" and see what happens.

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If the battey voltage holds at better than 12 volts, then You try to identify a bad positive cable connection between the battery and the starter as follows":
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