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Well, one day I wanted to change the spark plugs on the 2000 lincoln navigator, I need to remove the the starter solenoid so I could be able to pull out the last two spark plugs on the right side of the engine. I wasn't able to remove the starter solenoid with the battery connected because there was a lot of sparks coming out, so I could shorted out something. In order to remove the solenoid I had to disconnect the battery. One to two hours later when I putted the battery cable back, i try to start the engine, but it wouldn't even crank, I check every single fuse, relay, wires, even the same horn solenoid, someone told me that I need to take it to the dealership to reprogram the key, I would like to know if thats really the problem or WHAT EXACTLY THE PROBLEM IS, I already took it to 4 technicians and they didn't find the problem. Thanks

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If you dont have any dash lights when you turn the key on then you have blown the MEGA FUSE

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