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Starting problems 1994 ford Explorer won't start had it jumped, and it stays running but as soon as it gets shut off it wont start again...Please help

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Sounds like your battery has gone south. If you can jump it to start and it continues to run then it is just running off the alternator. The battery can no longer store power. That is why you can't get it to start when you turn it off. It requires an alternate power source to crank the engine until the alternator kicks in to power the ignition. Have the battery load tested with a good carbon pyle load tester.

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