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|Desperate 1994 ford 460 in a GEORGIE BOY ENCOUNTER||BRUCE STRICKER||1-26-16|
|I have a 1994 georgie boy encounter-460 motor by ford--it will not start-i turn the key and all i get is a click. i replaced the battery, i replaced the starter-i believe it is a starter relay problem-but cannot find the starter relay-it is not under the hood-but the click sounds very close to the firewall-in front of the steering wheel-not in the dog house--can any one help-please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Re: desperate 1994 ford 460 in a GEORGIE BOY ENCOUNTER||Bubba The Bus Tech||1-27-16|
|The starter relay is likely mounted on the fire wall or under the dash in the relay and fuse box.|
This is likely what you hear click.
Hot wire the start wire on the starter first, screw driver, mechanics rtemote starter switch that kind of thing. If it turns the engine, relay, conections etc on that side of the system.
If not we need to figure out why your new starter won't work, if I had to guess I would start checking ground path first, (50% likely) the easy way is to run a booster cable from a a good spot on the engine to the negative battery post.
Then prove out the positive power path to the starter basically the same way.
Once you know what side of the system is bad narrow it down to a single conection.