Question about 1994 Ford Mustang
This morning whent to car wsh and open da hood and washed it.[just water]cuz it was leakig oil and I wanted to see where it was coming from,then when igot home turned off the car when I whent to restart it it wouldn't,it only clics but wont start.i tried to jump start it ,change the battery,checked the coils and fus
Remove the battery terminals , clean them and the battery posts smear with a little grease and refit them , test the battery and if ok it should start.
Posted on Mar 03, 2016
Get a wire brush clean the inside of battery terminals there is a tool to do this most auto parts stores have this its called a terminal battery cleaner
Posted on May 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When trying to turn my truck on only clicking noise under hood and in dash. Sometimes even after key is pulled out clicking noise in dash continues for a couple of seconds. Battery and alternator was check at Advanced Auto parts they say both are good
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
Main fuse or fusible link blown? What led to the need for replacement batteryand jump any symptoms?
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
The clicking is the Starter Solonoid not getting enough CCAs from the battery to start it.
While running - the alternator should be able to charge the system to 14.4V.
11 volts you are experiencing tells me your alternator is faulty.
Your dash and other items were turning off/on while driving because the voltage probably dipped below 8.4v.
Your vehicle runs off the alternator power once started. The battery is only there to get the engine spinning initially.
A backyard mechanic's way to test the alternator is to start the vehicle - then remove the positive wire on the battery (coming from the alternator).
** If the vehicle stays running - the battery is problematic - probably a dead cell - have it LOAD tested at a local parts shop for free.
** If the vehicle dies shortly after removing the + battery wire - the alternator is failing - and replacement is necessary.
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Posted on May 21, 2009
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