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1994 Ford F-150 V8 305 (5-Liter). I just installed a new battery. Truck STILL will not start. I traced the main NEGATIVE wire from the battery post, down into the engine compartment and found it connected to NOTHING! Dangling free! I can't see or feel where it SHOULD be connected. |Could you tell me please?

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It could be your starter or is it a stick your automatic if you dont mind me askibng you can email me back at [email protected] thanks Dennis and i can try to help you

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