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I have a 1995 F150 4x4 that wont start. Thought it was the starter but it tested fine.Tested the battery and its fine, too. Any thoughts?

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If it doesnt turn over if automatic the p/n switch if manual the clutch pedal switch. or the starter relay maybe. Good Luck

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