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2006 Mustang trouble starting

The 1st time this happened I had been in my house for no more than an hour I came out to go out & it seemed that the batterie was dead so I turned the key it the middle before starting for a few minutes & the interior light came on & it started. Now the passed couple of time it just won't start then I turn the key to the middle wait & it starts but it sounds like it can't turnover at first like it is dead or the sound it makes when it is already started. I have it at the dealership & it starts fine everytime they try. Please help me get some idea as to what it could be.

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  • lissanchris Jan 14, 2009

    They finally were able to reproduce the problem it was a bad cell reading for the battery & there was a short in my wiring harness so they are replacing both.

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I would take it back to dealer and have them check out the ignition switch

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