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    Re: Ford 1900 wont start...electrical?

    Remove the small wire from the solenoid and jump the solenoid with a screwdriver or jumper wire.If it keeps cranking after the jumper or screwdriver is removed the starter solenoid is bad. If it...
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    Re: Ford 1900 wont start...electrical?

    If it is 15 deg out side I have to have to heat the glowplugs for about 45 sec. Are you seeing any smoke from the stack while you are cranking it..
    Bill
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    Re: Ford 1900 wont start...electrical?

    The key should not stay in the start position. When the key is in the start position it is also powering the glow plugs. My glow plug light is not in the tach. The lights in the tach are oil pressure...
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    Re: Ford 1900 wont start...electrical?

    That is the right ignition switch.
    Bill
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    Re: Ford 1900 wont start...electrical?

    Did you get the replacement ignition switch from N/H. I don't think it has any thing to do with the problem you are having now. However if you used an aftermarket switch it may cause some other...
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    Re: Ford 1900 wont start...electrical?

    If you can do it, hook the volt meter to the solenoid and the jump the solenoid and watch the voltage. A bad battery can show fully charged. Turn the head lights on and try jumping the solenoid.
    Bill
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    Re: Ford 1900 wont start...electrical?

    It would appear that your solenoid is bad. Did you check the ground cable also. If you use a screwdriver to jump from the pos. terminal on the solenoid to the other large terminal you should hear the...
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    Re: Ford 1900 wont start...electrical?

    Clean the conections on both ends your battery cables. To check to see if the solenoid is working use a jumper wire or screwdriver to jump from the +post on the solenoid to the small terminal next...
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