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Cranks but not starting.

The engine will crank but eventually ran the battery down. is there a fuel trip button(one that disrupts the fuel in a crash) on this model.

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Only on a ford products & if you were in a crash,
you wouldn't be fixing anything,most likely scapping it

Why would you crank a vehicle, until you ran the battery down?

Now that may never recharge or last a week- if it is old

Posted on Dec 10, 2012


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