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The function of the starting system is to crank the engine to start it The system is composed of the starter motor starter relay also called a solenoid battery switch and connecting wires Turning the ignition key to the start position sends a signal to the starter relay through the starter control circuit The starter relay then connects the battery to the starter The battery supplies the electrical energy to the starter motor which does the actual work of cranking the engine This is pretty standard in most all-domestic and foreign autos The starter on the 1987 Ford Thunderbird is relatively easy to change out for the home mechanic all you need is a little patience a socket set and a little elbow grease If you dont know anything about auto repair then stop reading immediately and take your car to a qualified mechanic Now for the folks with a little experience in dealing with the legendary POS that is the Ford Thunderbird the first step is deciding whether or not you have a problem If the starter motor doesnt turn at all when the ignition switch is operated make sure the shift lever is in neutral or park The automatic transmission T-Birds of this model year comes equipped with a neutral start switch in the starter control circuit This prevents operation of the starter motor unless the vehicle is in neutral or park If your ride is equipped with a manual transmission make sure the clutch pedal is completely depressed when starting Next make sure that the battery is charged and all the battery and starter relay wires are secure Now if the starter motor spins but the engine doesnt turn over then the bendix or drive assembly is slipping and the starter motor needs to be replaced Okay so all of that checked out swell for you Well now well move on to the relay
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