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I am coming to you for some advise/ideas for my no crank situation with my 93 Mustang GT. I have tested the battery with a load tester and it shows "good battery". I have changed the starter motor, solenoid and both positive and negative battery terminal cables. I have also changed the ignition switch on the right side of the steering wheel and the computer/ECU as well. I do need to specify that the new ECU is a mega squirt by DIYautotune. The reason for me changing the computer is due to my research of this no crank situation. I found out that the cause of my dash not lighting up the "check engine" light was due to a bad ECU. So that’s why I purchased the mega squirt. I did go thru the first screen of the setup and I installed it in my car but I still cannot make the engine to crank. I only hear a click and nothing else. I am providing a picture to show you my dash. Does anybody has any suggestions to my no crack situation?? Thanks in advanced.
 

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lol easy, either the starters bad, the solenoids bad or the engine is locked up

btw ecu cannot cause a no crank as it doesnt control the starter relay
 
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Post pictures of the starter solenoid and starter wiring.
 

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Gentlemen;

Thank you for your help. The cause was a broken connector at the starter relay. I had t change the entire cable. I used the cable that came with the starter since I was using the original cable. I want to thank specially "BigDumpRedneck" for his suggestion to post pictures of the starter wiring. I made an idiot of myself not checking my own work.
 
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