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My 2004 Ford Explorer wont start, I changed the battery and to no avail

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If the motor doesn't turn over at all then it's probably a starter/solenoid problem. If it turns over but won't fire up, get some starting fluid from auto parts store and spray some into intake. If it fires there's a fuel delivery problem. So change fuel filter and try again. If that doesn't work, then change fuel pump.

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