so i replaced the pilot bearing on my 93 ford ranger put it back together and now the truck wont start can u help?

Asked by May 14, 2016 at 10:37 AM about the Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Nothing to do with the pilot bearing. Check all the wires and harness connections you unplugged along with the starter circuit and terminals on the starter you'll find your mistake.

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Did it run before you did thi pilot bearing? What size engine is this 2.3 3.0 or the 4.0. I would run back through the wireing that you may have unplugged like this guy said to do or u may have a broken wire some where also on fords they have a starter solinoid on the passenger side fender if all you are getting is a click sound try that if it wont do anything at all check the nutral safty switch or the clutch safty switch (i said both because u did not specify if it were auto or manul shift)

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