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1999 crown vic wont start

Ive check the battery and it was ok and i also change the starter and the ignition switch and it still wont turn on so it has to be a electrical shortage.....plz help

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Are you saying it won't crank, or won't start ?
If it does not crank, and you have replaced the battery and starter, the problem may be in the neutral safety switch.

Posted on Dec 08, 2012

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did you check the inertia switch?? that's what happened to mine

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try turning the steering wheel left and right while turning the key, sometimes when you park with your wheels turned it will lock the wheel and key. you may have to put a little force into turning the wheel, nothing that will make u sweat... hope this helps you and good luck!!!

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SOURCE: cant start my crown vic 1998

ignition switch or starter relay or a wiring problem

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It sounds like a dead battery. Didn't they check the battery while they were testing the starter? Check out the voltage, or just take the battery to walmart and have it tested. 13+ volts min, electrolyte fluid has to be good in all 6 cells, one dead cell, =dead battery, make sure it has water in it. Check the terminals, make sure they are clean and tight. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: 1995 ford crown vic won't start. The inertia switch is OK. Checked the fuses OK

ck 4 fuel press. spark inj. pulse ect.!

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Click this link below and follow the troubleshooting:------

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