Just bought a new solenoid relay switch for my 1992 Ford F 150 and replaced battery. When I thought I was done went to start truck and everything went dead. Did I just "FRY" my new solenoid relay?

Asked by Jul 14, 2017 at 03:26 PM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Bought new solenoid relay starter switch for my Ford F 150 pickup.  Did not
follow instructions when taking off wire connections to the ne solenoid.  When
I thought I was done, went to start truck (put in new battery) and everything
went dead.  Did I just FRY my new SOLENOID RELAY SWITCH?

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check fuses and fusible links and ALL your work before hooking batt. back up , a multi tester would be useful , I don't know why you would replace the solenoid only

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