Sounds like, since it started once for you, that something is just
loose. Since the tranny was rebuilt, I would suspect the neutral
satiety switch has a loose wire.
If you do not have them, I HIGHLY recommend you purchase at least one
repair manual, Haynes or Chilton (actually, I would suggest both).
If you but at someplace like NAPA they will run around $25. However,
if you go to www.amazon.com
and check their books section for repair
manuals, Ford Mustang, you will find both available. Follow the link
to <number> new and used starting at $1.99. With shipping, i got both
for about 50% off each. You will also find a selection of restoration
books etc available. Many of these same books are available through
parts catalogs for classic Mustangs at full price. In addition to
Amazon, there are other used book sources on the net.
NOTE: Chilton had two different books for your year. I prefer the
Chilton Repair Manual for 1964.5-1973 Mustang/Cougar.
On 18 Aug 2005 21:31:53 -0700, "murphygarage" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I am having a problem. I had the transmission rebuilt on my 65
>mustang. I started it and drove it home. Once I got there, it won't
>start at all. I turn the key and the radio etc. comes on, but no juice
>to the starter. I replaced the solenoid and ignition key, but it
>didn't fix it. Does anyone know if there is a ground or something that
>goes to the transmision that may be causing my problem? Any help would
1965 Ford Mustang fastback 2+2 A Code 289 C4 Trac-Lok
Vintage Burgundy w/Black Standard Interior; Vintage 40
16" rims w/BF Goodrich Comp T/A gForce Radial
225/50ZR16 KDWS skins; surround sound audio-video.
Gad what fools these morons be....
Children are obscene but should not be heard
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