I'm working on fixing up my 1967 mustang, and all of a sudden, it won't try to turn over when I turn the key. I can jump it from the solenoid (which I just replaced) but it won't do anything when I turn the key. Also, the fuel pump has been working great, and now all of a sudden all I see is a trickle going through the inline filter, so even when I get it it to start from the solenoid, it won't idle. There are electrical issues inside the car (none of the lights work) and also, turn signal on front passenger side on both the hood and the front of the car won't work. Could there be a short causing not only the lights, but now the starter to not work, or is that 2 separate issues? And if it's not related, do I need to replace the starter and fuel pump?
have the same problem?
Thursday, October 8th, 2015 AT 8:54 AM