Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
When I try to start my explorer, I get nothing but clicking sound, battery is fully charged and fuses have been checked. Could it be the theft system? And how do I over ride it??? Thanks
THIS Clicking is with a fully charged battery a definate sympton of a BAD connection................where is the bad connection.????? I would recomend you clean (A GOOD CLEANING) and reconnection of your battery cables....9 out of 10 times this will FIX your problem..!!!! If that dosen't work you have a STARTER problem this can also be a connection problem ...tighten hhe nut that holds the big cable to the starter.... you may also try(I have done this many times with success) banging the starter a few times with a hammer ...AFTER you have done all the connection cleaning....and it still wont start ,,,you have a starter problem....even if it starts after you do the hammer tap...it means you have a starter problem (CLEAN CONNECTIONS VERY IMPORTANT) .....................................GOOD LUCK.....!!!!!
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