1977 F150 Starting problem... Need Help?

Fabi2330
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Asked by Fabi2330 May 23, 2013 at 08:10 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My truck is not starting
battery works lights
come on... I checked
grounds are good...
What's wrong? Does
ignition have fuses if so
where they located ?
And if it's not the ignition  
what can be??

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tennisshoes
20,885

Won't start or won't crank over.

Tracy Hooks
9,585

Lights on does not a good battery make. If it won't crank, it's possible that the neutral/start switch on the transmission is defective, the ignition switch (the electric one on the column way up under the dash) is inoperative, the engine is frozen or that the starter, battery cables, solenoid has failed. There are a plethora of things to check. There are no ignition fuses.

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