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93 tbird no crank no start, batterygood

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Old 05-29-2006, 08:52 PM
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Default 93 tbird no crank no start, batterygood

Problem: when I turn the ignition key to start car, the starter relay solenoid clicks but nothing else happens. All lights, radio work fine.

What I have done: checked battery and connections (good), tried another new battery, checked ground (good), checked neutral safety switch (good), replaced relay solenoid, replaced starter, hotwired starter (good), replaced power cable to starter. Same problem persists.

Does anyone have any other pointers for me? I am stumped. Thanks.
 
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Old 06-02-2006, 12:16 AM
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Default RE: 93 tbird no crank no start, batterygood

Have you tryed manualy turning the eng. from the crank? It sounds like the eng. is lock up.
 
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Old 12-04-2006, 12:06 AM
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Default RE: 93 tbird no crank no start, batterygood

my bronco did the same thing. i bought a ground cable with a terminal on it already and i grounded it to the alternator bracket, and miraculously it started. i would try this.
 
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