Question about 1994 Ford Explorer Limited
Battery may be shot like the other guy said try tripping the solenoid on the passenger side behind the battery see if it does anything then if not its the solenoid if it still clicks check the solenoid down on the starter also check the ground on the bellhousing of the transmission and does it crank then click click or just click
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
Makes sure there is no corrosion on the battery where the cables connect to it ( white ash looking stuff ). Also if you get it running take it to an auto parts store like auto-zone and have the charging system and battery tested, most stores do it for free. If the charging system and battery are ok it could be a faulty starter causing the battery to drain.
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Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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