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#568482 - June 14th 2012 12:09 pm 1971 ford ecnoline,302, auto, no start
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a friend has a 1971 econoline with a 302 auto,won't start,turn the key and the light comes on but no noise from the starter and selinoid, have changed the starter and nothing,is there a nuetral safety switch somewhere or any other things that i should check,funny thing it started 6 hours before this happened,any help would be greatly appriciated,Thanks for any help. curse
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#568509 - June 14th 2012 2:42 pm Re: 1971 ford ecnoline,302, auto, no start [Re: Greywolf]
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The sillynoid ( how ever it spelled ) could be bad too, they are separate on fords.
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#568512 - June 14th 2012 3:19 pm Re: 1971 ford ecnoline,302, auto, no start [Re: Greywolf]
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Neutral Start Switch. Replace it. It is located on the side of the transmission. In the interim, try starting the van in neutral.
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#568554 - June 14th 2012 5:41 pm Re: 1971 ford ecnoline,302, auto, no start [Re: Reed]
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Thanks Guys. cheers
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#568562 - June 14th 2012 6:45 pm Re: 1971 ford ecnoline,302, auto, no start [Re: Greywolf]
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You can jump the solenoid with a screwdriver to see if that's the problem,,,, was on my Ford dump truck the other day Joe...
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#568675 - June 15th 2012 12:00 pm Re: 1971 ford ecnoline,302, auto, no start [Re: HighwayStar]
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Thanks Highway,joe. cheers
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