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2004 freestar died on way home.Will not turn over.New battery still won't turn over.waited one week it started and ran for two minutes and died and won't turn over again

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    Brian Oct 11, 2013

    update turned key to run and jumped across starter solenoid got it to turn over but not start

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Check the oil see if it smells like gas if so might be a cyclinder flooding out

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