Not turning over at all"

Asked by Sep 20, 2016 at 06:08 PM about the 1988 Ford LTD Crown Victoria 4 Dr Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car isn't turning over change starter plus ground
wire, plus starter switch and  solenoid switch and it
still won't turn over just tap like something is firing
all lights are coming on just no start

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Don't replace parts without actually troubleshooting, it can get expensive. First, make sure battery is fully charged, doublecheck all battery cables for corrosion and make sure they are tight. If all cables are good and tight, bypass starter relay and see if it cranks, if it does, check voltage on small terminal of starter relay when ignition key is turned to start position, if you do, replace relay, if you still don't have voltage on relay start terminal, trace back to ignition switch or fuse box

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