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Old 03-05-2011
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Engine not turning over

Its for my buddies truck. 94 Ranger xlt 4.0 4x4. Truck ran fine before. But he let it sit for a month, and now its not starting. He replaced the battery, starter and solenoid. Any ideas why its not even turning over? Its acting like it has no juice. Some guy at the store said the motor might have froze? Lol? Idk But any help is appreciated!

ps-checked the "big 3" but they seem fine
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Old 03-05-2011
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turn the motor over by hand using a breaker bar and a socket. can you gear the starter click when you turn the key to start?
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