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Old 06-17-2012, 07:45 PM
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1995 f250 no turnover or reaction

Hey so the truck has had starting issues, grinding when going to crankier and the today it didn't want to start, we jumped solenoid with screw driver and starter turned over. Just got done replacing the solenoid and truck does nothing. Lights come on you push the clutch in and nothing. It is a manual also! Thanks guys in advance from Liz!!!!!
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Old 06-17-2012, 07:54 PM
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Could be a problem with the ignition switch or the clutch pedal switch.

Give me a couple minutes to find a wiring diagram for troubleshooting...
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Old 06-17-2012, 08:03 PM
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Okay, since we are talking about a 95, does the truck have keyless entry or anti-theft?

the clutch pedal switch will have 2 red/light blue wires. One will go to the ignition switch, the other will go to the starter or the anti-theft module if so equipped.

1. Using a test light, test the wires at the clutch pedal. If neither wire gives +12V when the key is turned to "start" it is an ignition switch issue.

2. Depress clutch pedal, and turn key to "start" both wires should have +12V. If not, the clutch pedal is at fault.

If this doesn't show an issue, there may be a problem with the anti-theft module if it has one, a damaged wire somewhere (corrosion or rodent damage,) or the new solenoid is defective or incorrect for the application.

Also check the red/blue starter lead at the starter solenoid with a test light while attempting to crank.
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Old 06-17-2012, 08:07 PM
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I agree with Bill on this one. Start at the clutch switch. Its the only inline interrupter that exists between the key and the solenoid on these trucks PROVIDED they dont have that anti theft nonsense
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