Hey guys, so I just installed my new high torque mini starter, had to drop the x pipe to get at the original starter. So once I got it in, I swapped the original starter wire to the other side on the fenderwall solenoid, and ran another wire that was necessary for the new mini starter. I hope this is the right starter because before putting the mid pipe back up, I pulled the distributor cap off and the main wire that goes from the coil to the top center of the distributor cap just to check and see if the mini starter worked, I heard a noise, so it seems like it is being powered okay, just didn't feel like the little gear inside there met up right to the flywheel. If anyone has any ideas about what could be wrong that would be great cause I'm off to work, this is the Mini Starter I got: FORD OEM Style High Torque Mini Starter SB FORD This is a small block Ford high torque mini starter. It is light weight of only 9 lbs. Starter - Ford 12 Volt, with 10-Tooth Pinion 100% New Used On: (1996-92) Ford Bronco 4.9L, 5.0L, 5.8L w/ AT (2002-92) Ford E Series 4.2L, 4.9L, 5.0L, 5.8L (1998-92) Ford F Series 4.2L, 4.9L, 5.0L, 5.8L (1991-90) Ford LTD Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis 5.0L (2003-94) Ford Mustang 3.8L (1995-92) Ford Mustang 5.0L (1997-90) Ford Thunderbird 3.8L, 5.0L (1992-90) Lincoln Mark VII 5.0L (1990) Lincoln Town Car 5.0L (1997-89) Mercury Cougar 3.8L, 5.0L Also retrofits to- (1991-82) Ford Mustangs 5.0L (302 CID) All (1979-68) Ford Mustangs 5.0L (302 CID) w/ AT (1973-69) Ford Mustangs 5.8L (351 CID) w/ AT This starter will fit older 4 in., 4-1/2 in. starters providing a 50% weight reduction and requiring less cranking amps than the older larger starters. Because the starter is a smaller size, it provides better header clearance and reduces the effects of 'hot start' by staying cooler. Thanks!!!