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98 expedition will not start doesnot seem to be battery it is alrm system on truck

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Your alarm system may have a automatic disable switch that will self activate if it is installed incorrectly. if its hooked up to your ignition system, this can be UN done by, completely removing the alarm system form the truck. also, make sure there are no burned wires that run to the starter as well. check the batt post for corrosion too..

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