Re: 1989 Mustang LX 5.0 wont start
"1989_Mustang" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I have a 1989 mustang lx 5.0 that wont start. There is no power to the
> ignition switch or any part of the car. No lights, nothing when turned
> to accesory. I have doen the following so far:
> 1. Replaced the neg battery cable.
> 2. Replaced the post battery cable.
> 3. Replaced the solenoid on the inside fender (by the battery)
> 4. Fully charged the existing battery and tested with a knwon good
> fully charged battery.
> 5. Tried to junmp with a 650 amp external starting battery.
> 6. Ran a multimeter between the positive battery terminal and ground.
> I parked the car and covered it about a year ago and think I may have
> done something to disable the vehicle but am not sure. There is a
> large connector under the dashboard by the base of the steering column
> which appears to have been previously connected to something but there
> are no connectors within reach. The connector is yellow and about 3
> inches wide with 1 row of connections. Is there soem sort of relay or
> switch or module that belongs here which I may have pulled out and lost
> a year ago?
Well I finally stopped laughing long enough to type.
Sounds like you removed the ignition switch...
With your memory issues, I suggest you refrain from such things in the