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My 2004 licoln avaitor will not start. New battery fully charged. Turn the ignition key on panel lights come on but ehgine does not turn over. Makes a clicking noise.

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    Battery died over night. While charging battery a noise is coming from fuse panel

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Check your starter. Also if you every have problem not being able to put the car in drive/shifter will not move check your fuse #16.

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Have your starter checked

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