Question about 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab
If you can trace that relay.see if there is power coming out from that relay that would go to the starter solenoid.
if there is, then trace that power if it is going to the starter solenoid. if it is there at the solenoid and the starter is not running, then the problem is in the starter.
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Check fuse # 8 -20 amp and look for the starter relay. The fuses and relays are in a black box under the hood near battery. The lid of the box will tell you every fuse and relay. There should be a spare fuse in the box or take one from another circuit and try to start the car
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