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blog Wednesday, January 10, 2007 @ 10:53 PM
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Ok so i have this problem. Heres the deal. When i go to start my car when it is cold like the first time of the day, it starts fine, fires up the first time i turn the key. Then if i  drive somewhere and go inside and go to start it, sometimes it just makes this buzzing noise or like this noise that sounds like a vacuum cleaner turning on. It will just make this noise no more than three times when i turn the key and then eventually turns over and starts. Is it my starter or my solenoid or something else? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks - Keith
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boss1perkins
Jan 11th, 2007 @ 8:06 AM


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stang man 92 it sounds like your starter solenoid is going bad . it sounds like the starter is not engaging the starter  hope this helps .

xtreme
Jan 11th, 2007 @ 2:52 PM


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Yep. I would say solenoid.

Dirtworks04
Jan 11th, 2007 @ 3:01 PM


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I had a similar problem but mine was not the solenoid, It was the starter relay that the battery and starter wires hook up to on the right fenderwell if you are looking at the motor.  There was enough of the ground  that was broken which  could not be seen until I took it apart.  Weird thing was I could start it somethimes and turn it off then nothing.  Frustrating.  I guess the vibrations and what not allowed it to make a better conection everyonce in awhile.  Changed it and I have not had the problem since.   

StangMan92
Jan 11th, 2007 @ 7:33 PM


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Thanks guys. I think im gonna replace both the starter and and solenoid. next page i visit will be summitracing.com lol

 

Fastest302
Jan 11th, 2007 @ 9:00 PM


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its the starter soleniod i had the same problem on my fox... swaped a new one on and purred like a kitten



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