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I have a 4 cylinder 1990 ford mustang LX. it wont even turn over on a full charged battery. It makes a loud ticking from the solinoid i think, but wont start. any help???

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If you are on a budget you can change the starter solenoid.

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Sounds like a bad Starter

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