03 Mustang Gt, Starting issues

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Asked by Jan 12, 2015 at 02:42 AM about the 2003 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Have been dealing with starting issues on the mustang for a lil bit now.  Few months
after i had put in a new battery got the no start, no crank (just the one click at the
solenoid).  I had replaced the starter (original looked like it had some years on it).  
Worked fine for a little while.  then recently got the no start no crank (click).  took out
the starter to get checked (autozone) it passed.  Had AAA check the battery (it was
sitting out, but it passed).  Thinking about routing new cables to the starter.  What size
is the cable to the starter?? I think its 1/0 or 0 AWG, but i want to make sure.

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It has been some time passed, but I have fixed my problem. Even though I have learned the hard and long way to learn. Now Its all good. While swapping out the 24V cable to the starter (with a 1/0 AWG) cable since there was some corrosion. I found the cable from going to the power distribution box to have corrosion all the way through. :( After extra research I found out that if i only had done a voltage drop test.I would of found the power distribution box a lot sooner.

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