2002 Mercury 225

by Mike
(Margate)

Well starter was sticking so replaced the solenoid and did not fix the issue. That did not fix the issue. The issue was the starter was getting stuck in the flywheel after starting and did not disengage when key was off. Well now I changed out the ignition key switch. Had not had any issues there. The problem consists and changed out the starter now no power to the volt and fuel gauges.

Please help. Thanks

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by: John

Remove the starter and check out and possibly lubricate the spring loaded end where it engages with the flywheel as they can stick if not maintained, it releases mechanically not electrically. The power to gauges sounds like you have disturbed either a negative or positive power supply wire to the gauges, so check that as it is separate issue

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