First off I would like to thank Mr. Ten speed and Bob Nuesky for the major help amongst others who got involved with the help of fixing my car. As of now the car drives good and remote start works the problem was a bad relay. Now I have a nother problem my father has a 90 Ford Lariat Xlt stick shift. He says he went to start it up and no crank just silence. He says if he lets the truck coast and pops the clutch it starts right up what could this be any ideas. Thanks in Advance

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Asked by Mar 29, 2013 at 06:55 PM about the 1990 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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1. Battery. 2. Loose connection

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Thanks man just curious I told him it could be his starter but I guess on sticks its a little different

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It could be a bad starter motor. It could be a blown fuse or bad relay in the starting circuit. -- Turn the key to start and see if there is voltage on the small wire at the starter. If volts are there, the starter is bad. If no volts, it could be the ignition switch, relay, fuse, loose connection, etc.

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Thanks a lot will try it out I'll let you know

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