With so many important components within it, such as an ignition switch, a safety switch and battery cables, your starter is really where your trip begins. But more than likely it's probably just your s … tarter solenoid goin out. It should only take you around 10 or 15 minutes to change. I then decided to use my jump start power supply. Tighten the terminal nuts to 79 inch lbs.
You can also trace the red cable going from the battery to the starter to find it. I have been driving since I was sixteen and was a big truck driver from 1979 to 1996 till I became ill but I would never drive a vehicle with steering problems, thank you. It took me about 45 minutes to complete. But more than likely it's probably just your starter solenoid goin out. It is a black cylinder, about 6inches long. Replace new starter re-install the power wire. It should just bolt right up and that's it.
Before diving in and replacing it, it's recommended to diagnose why it won't start. This article applies to the Ford F-150 2004-2014 , and. Remove the starter motor retaining bolts. It is also recommend at this time to clean the electrical connections on both the starter wires and on the battery terminals using a wire brush. There is a bolt through the center of the plug that you have to unscrew to take the plug off. By - November 18, 2014 Contributors: Watson91 This articles applies to the Ford F-150 2004-2014.
If all is great, Battery and all. Remove red wire with plastic black end by simply pulling on it. Tighten the terminal nuts to 79 inch lbs. This makes it difficult to remove the valve. Starter issues are very similar to both battery and alternator issues. These two are more easily accessible and will only require the short or medium ratchet extensions.
Save yourself some money and learn to diagnose your own non-starting Ford. I don't work on fords that much so if you have any ideas please let me know. Raise the truck using jack stands. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Step 4 - Install new starter Install in the reverse steps listed above. Direct wire from battery to starter. Reverse the process for installation.
Remove the starter motor from the vehicle. If engine cranks in step 3, transmission linkage is misadjusted or neutral safety switch is defective. Tow bolts are on top of the starter and are very hard to get to because they are against the exhause manifold. Pull straight off to prevent damage to the connector and S terminal. Once these two bolts are out, undo the electrical connection two wires and the starter will come right out. I had replaced ignition switch and starter relay mounted on firewall. Remove the 3 bolts from the starter to the transhousing.
So now I'm not sure what to do. I tried starting my truck yesterday and it doesnt turn period. The parts store will give you a significant discount on the new part in exchange for returning the old starter. In either case, the starter should be replaced. Right in front of the fender.
As I suspected the coolant leaks via the loose seal of the head gasket into one or more of the cylinders. Bolt the lead wire on Put dielectric grease on the the plastic connector and push it on the terminal reconnect the battery start vehicle disconnect the negative battery terminal then there r 2 bolts holding the starter in place. Solenoid is on the starter. And it still dose the same thing. Start the engine several times to check starter motor operation.