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its all to easy to do but as he said ^^^keep it on firm ground ang pusk away it works i had a 96 timberwolf and my starter went bad on it and i didnt have the cash to replace it so i allways just parked near hills etc[img]i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif[/img]
well, i took off the starter relay, and i put the to wires together to make it crank, but it still wouldn't start. after a few tries at that, my battery was drained. So does this mean it's a problem in the starter?
by doing that if the starter is any good it will turn over its just sending power straight to the starter i did this on my dads 95 300 bayou we baught a realy for his and it didnt work soooo i ran it my way lol but just try it it will not hurt nothing i promise you it will just turn over if ur starters good let me know how it comes out