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1993 Ford Explorer. The starter won't turn over, and it just clicks.

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by bl2011, July 26, 2011.

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      I've tried jumping it nothing it worked like that for a while now it just clicks it doesn't even try to turn over idk what is wrong with it help me!
       
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      Do you have a volt meter handy?
       
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      Remove the Starter and Bench Test it with Jumper Cables and a Battery. You must use a Jumper Wire to Jump the Starter Solenoid to Positive Battery Terminal.

      Good Luck
       
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      Give the starter a wack with a hammer, then try to start it.
       
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      How old is the battery? when he says wack the starter, just lightly tap it a few times.:thumbsup:
       

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