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I HEAR A CLICKING NOISE WHILE TRYING TO START MY EXPLORER, THEN N

THE EXPLORER WILL NOT START AND I HEAR A CLICKING SOUND WHILE TURNING THE KEY.

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Go under the hood and you will see a box it is not a big box it is a small one, Open it up and you will see some plugs,, There is a 3prong plug that is in there that needs to be taken out and replaced and it will solve the problem.

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