Loose connections.. possible at the battery or starter or back of alternator. check and clean connections at battery. move wire harness in or around fuse block while engine is running. Does moving wires recreate the problem? check connection at starter motor. check for corosion. remove negative cable from engine and clean good.
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Your problem is your BCM or known as body control module is looping into theft mode and in return not getting power to the starter so I'd check with ford on a BCM flash to factory default settings hope this helps you
Charging system, Replace the alernator it shorting out. In order for a alternator to work the rotor create a magnetic flux this flux is what gives the battery it charge. In order to creat this flux which is a A/C current it needs to be a D/C current there in place is a wheatstone bridge or a half wave rectifier. now why the light show? light bulds do not know the difference from A/C to D/C .power is power to it. replace alternator.
this has to be the main STARTER FUSE ,,IN ENGINE,,look in engine bay ,look for a box with relays and fuses,,open lid of that box and look for the main starter fuse should be a big fuse ,,this must be blown,replace this ,very cheap,job done
I would check the wiring on the radio. Lot of cars (especially nowadays) the electricity like the lights and raido is hooked on there. If any of the wires went bad, or maybe even the radio would make it cause that.
So just remove the pannel around the radio
unbolt the radio
Pull the radio out and check all the wiring.
If the wires are not bad, maybe check to see if the radio is working.
I would suggest checking your wiring (core wire on the distributor, plug wires and the negative battery ground) I would imagine that the forward motion of the vehicle is possibly making your wires lose connectivity and making the car stall. Just a thought though.