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2006 Sport Trac wouldn't crank.

Ignition would turn and lights come on but wouldn't turn over. Appears there is no connection to the starter. Wake up to call repair person and it cranked just fine. Battery seems to be fine and no signals of starter problems. Any ideas?

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