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It sounds way simple but, clean your battery posts and cable ends. Dirty posts have baffled more than a few.
If a '66 is the same as my '64, there's a 10ga (red) wire coming from the Pos. battery post over to the horn relay (behind left headlights. The horn relay acts as a terminal block, and the body wiring harness attaches here as well. This is the "main" power point for the car wiring. Check for corrosion, loose terminals. Also check the Neg. side of the circuit - ground cable attachment, and body to engine ground straps/wires.
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Tomb7us:
Solinoid on the starter<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Explain.



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I think that what tomb7us is referring to is the fuseable link that piggy backs on the large battery powered positive post on the solenoid. This is the wire that feeds the car interior including the ignition circuit. If that fuseable link goes the problem 66ssragtop is describing occurs.
 
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