Grab a screwdriver and touch one post on the solenoid on the drivers side fender then while still touching that post, touch the other post, make sure your car is in neutral or park before you do this!!
I had the same problem after i put the new engine in my car. The solenoid went. Also check the negative battery lead that connects to the battery. You will have to tighten u where the wire connects to the terminal thing. Make sure you clean the battery terminals and leads
If the battery is fully charged and does not have a dead cell, then your starter solenoid or switch must be bad.
When jumping the solenoid, jump from the large cable connected to the battery to the small terminal marked "S" on the solenoid. Make sure the car is in park if auto trans or out of gear with the emergency brake on if manual. Be sure to turn the switch on if you want to start the engine.
I have a couple of progress threads ongoing in some other forums but sharing here as well...partially to whore out my videos but also to have access to as many Mustang owners as possible who can provide suggestions or tips. I picked up a 1988 Mustang GT in late January. I've wanted a fox body...
I have a check engine light code that only appears on my dash after the car runs for a little bit. This is usually followed by poor drivability and a weird lag( almost like a miss fire) when i change gears(Manual). When i go to check the codes I get a perfect nothing wrong 111. I am unsure of...
Hello, I inherited a 1989 Ford Mustang GT from a relative and I have been trying to get it running after it sat in an unheated garage throughout Midwestern Winters.
I am looking for some tips and things I should replace in order to get this car running as well as things to check and do.
This manifold sits under the fender on an '85 carbureted GT rag top. A forever project replacing many vacuum lines destroyed during a flash fire under the hood.
Vacuum line goes through the fender wall, I have not yet identified the terminal end. What is it and what does it do?