When I attempted to start my truck this morning, the only response was the "click" of the starter relay in the engine compartment - no apparent response from the starter/solenoid! Relatively new battery is fully charged and starter/solenoid was replaced only 6 months ago. I suspect solenoid/contacts/related connections/wiring, etc. What say you, before I attempt more detailed diagnostics??
Truck won't crank/start on 1994 Ford Ranger
by wlgoodwin in Columbia, SC on December 01, 2009
ANSWER by Valleyautotech on December 01, 2009
Start with making sure the the terminal connections at the battery are clean and tight, then make sure the connection at the starter is tight
ANSWER by mahindra on December 01, 2009
How do you know the battery is good?
If starter spray is an option, where do I spray it into?
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