Mechanics

FORD F-250 BATTERY PROBLEM

1998 Ford F-250 • 300,000 miles

I am trying to get my truck to start. I have replaced the starter motor and the battery, the starter relay, and other relays, The battery was tested and is producing 12.4v. The ignition switch works. When I turn the key to turn the truck over all I get is a repeated clicking noise from the solenoid on the starter. Ive made sure all the grounds are clean and grounding. I also replaced the battery terminals. I am wondering if you know why my vechicle is having problems? I do not have a lot of money so I do not want to take this truck into a mechanic.
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Jodykean101
December 17, 2012.



Charge the battery till it comes up to atleast 12.6 volts-also go and review this link thoroughly: http://www.2carpros.com/articles/car-engine-will-not-crank-over


Rasmataz
Dec 17, 2012.
Hi, use a digital multimeter across battery posts. Have helper turn key to crank, what is the meter reading? Generic info says it shouldn't below 9.6 volts. You may need to load test the battery?

I looked at f250 starter circuit, automatic tranny.


JDL
Dec 17, 2012.
Hey Ras, didn't see you, maybe you'll can use a wiring diagram? Have a good day.


JDL
Dec 17, 2012.
The reading is 11.25, Ive load tested the battery its fine. Im just not sure why its not starting?


Tiny
Jodykean101
Dec 17, 2012.
NEVER MIND ME!

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THE MEDIC


Tiny
CJ MEDEVAC
Dec 18, 2012.