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I have a 97 f250 ld with starting issues .. the battery is good all fuses are good the starter checked good at autozone and both siliniods are engaging .... but when all back together the starter will not start the truck ... it just clicks everytime i hit the key ...

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Sounds like the starter gear is not mating up to the flywheel correctly,causing it to bind up. go back to autozone,and get some starter bolt shims,and install them.that should cure the problem.

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