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Old 07-05-2005, 14:21   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation 1994 Ford Thunderbird LX Starting problem

ok heres my problem. i go to crank my car and it wont crank. so i get a jump thinkin i just ran the battery down a lil bit. it worx, and cranks the engine.. after i come back out to the bird when i got off, it wont start and cant be jumped off this time. the batterys ok, it powers the amp in my car, and all the interior electronics. ive cleaned the cable connections at the terminals and even bought new terminal connectors. still no crank. not even a sound like it wonts to crank or turn. so im thinkin my starters messed up. but its been recently replaced. i think it may need to be checked where the hot wire comes from the battery. i just dont know how to get to the connection much less see it very well. ive managed to get under my car and hit the starter with a wrench, no help at all. unless im not hitting the right spot, im doin this cause i was told sometimes that worx to unfreeze the starter? i dunno. but yeh so now its still at my place of work in the parking lot. i dont want to get it towed. i want to atleast get it to crank one time to take it to my mechanic in the family. any suggestions, questions, comments? what should i do?
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