1990 f150 wont start without screwdriver contact on solenoid
I've replaced starter and solenoid. Replaced battery but it wasnt exact one suggested
due to lack of stock at my retail outlet. I can turn key ( no clicking) and then take a
screwdriver to solenoid and it will crank and run fine. Any suggestions as to what
problem can be?
There's a fault between the ignition switch and the solenoid, check the fuse block for a blown fuse.
Have you checked your starter relay?
Could be the ignition switch, the solenoid or the wiring between the two.
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