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1993 Ford Explorer won't has no power at all

When you turned the key you would hear this one loud click, so i replaced the starter, still the same thing so i then replaced the starter solenoid and now the truck has no power at all

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Have you check the battery?

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do you still have all your power when you try to turn the engine over? If so get under the truck and find the starter. have someone turn the key over. listen you should be able to hear the starter click if it does than your starter is out. all you need to do is replace it.... you might be able to SLIGHTLY tap the starter with a hammer as someone turns the key over and see if you can knock it loose. NOTICE: This will not work but maybe once. so if you can get it started this way please have your starter replaced.

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