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86 full size bronco 5.0 automatic, turn ignition over,have power, new battery, new solinoid , pulled starter, its good, i did have a bad ground , brushed it rebolted with new bolt.it will not start. any suggestions?

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    is it crank no start or no crank

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Check your coil or points in distrubuter., good luck to you.

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