Starter problems

Asked by Apr 13, 2017 at 08:37 PM about the 1991 Ford Ranger Custom Standard Cab LB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1991 ford ranger that isn't starting it's
getting power to the truck but when I go to start it it
doesn't click or nothing I put a new starter on it an it
still does the same thing what would this be

4 Answers

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IS THE IGN SWITCH SENDING POWER TO THE SOLENOID (S)LITTLE STUD...?AND POWER OUT OF SOLENOID WITHE KEY ON START FOR THAT CHECK K

28,065

WHEN YOU TOUCH BATTERY LUG TO THE S TERMINAL IT SHOULD TURN OVER STARTER..IF SO THEN THE SOLENOID IS BAD EASY FIX...ALSO JUST BECAUSE ITS GETTIND POWER ELSEWHERE..IT CAN STILL BE THE BATTER/TERMINALS/AND GROUND.CLEAN ALL AND TEST BATTER VOLTAGE WITH EVERYTHING OFF THEN TURN ON THE HEAD LIGHTS..IF THE BATTERY VOLTAGE DROPS MORE THAN 1 1/2 VOLTS THE BATTERY MIGHT BE BAD..ANYWAY WELL FIGURE IT OUT..LET US/ME KNOW...K

Thanksill try it out in the morning

Now I've put a new battery on it an it won't get power unless I got it hooked up to a pair of jumper cables to another car then all the lights come on but still nothing

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