Readers, I have an 88 2.9 ranger that after sitting thru the winter will not start. With this in mind, I replaced the battery since the other got drained while sitting over an extended period. Next I tried starting it and all I got was a click. So, I took some advice and replaced the solenoid thinking that it wouldn't let the energy from the battery thru to the starter. This didn't do it. So, then I replaced the starter motor. This didn't help either. I also took apart the cover around the cluster/steering column and I saw no lose/cut or missing wires. Can anyone give me some advice? I've been told to check for grounds that are disconnected/missing and from what I have seen so far they are all good except the ground from the passenger fender in the engine compartment to the hood of the truck. Any suggestions?