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Re: Ford 2000 Selenoid

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jc4598

12-29-2012 14:13:54
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As I said I put 55 amps to the selenoid and it kicked the gear in but it didn't spin the gear, it just threw it out to engage the flywheel. IS 55 amps enough to make the gear on the starter spin and if so , by it not spinning is it still the selenoid.




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RodInNS

12-29-2012 14:34:03
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 Re: Ford 2000 Selenoid in reply to jc4598, 12-29-2012 14:13:54  
55 amps won't do anything for a 5" starter. Try 200 amp to make it roll. 3-400 amp on a 3 cylinder if they're turning easy and the starter is good. 1000+ if things are not good. Other easy way to check them if it's hooked up... snap a current clamp over the battery cable and see what it's drawing...

Rod



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mhb@ufe

12-29-2012 14:22:14
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 Re: Ford 2000 Selenoid in reply to jc4598, 12-29-2012 14:13:54  
I was to quick to say yes, it could be the starter itself. try connecting your positive cable to the lower lug on the solenoid and see if the starter spins.

Mark



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jc4598

12-29-2012 14:33:36
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 Re: Ford 2000 Selenoid in reply to mhb@ufe, 12-29-2012 14:22:14  
Mark. I connected like you said to and the starter does spin



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mhb@ufe

12-29-2012 14:36:06
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 Re: Ford 2000 Selenoid in reply to jc4598, 12-29-2012 14:33:36  
That verifies that the solenoid is not making contact inside.

Mark



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jc4598

12-29-2012 14:47:31
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 Re: Ford 2000 Selenoid in reply to mhb@ufe, 12-29-2012 14:36:06  
Bless your pea pickin' heart !!! Thanks ever so much !!!!!!



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12-29-2012 17:18:16
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 Re: Ford 2000 Selenoid in reply to jc4598, 12-29-2012 14:47:31  
That is what I said earlier that if the starter spun by using the jumper cable like I had said that the solenoid had to be bad



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 Re: Ford 2000 Selenoid in reply to jc4598, 12-29-2012 14:13:54  
Yes, It is not making contact inside.

Mark



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