Question about 1996 Lincoln Continental
I have a 1996 Lincoln Continental. I was rear ended and they hit my bumper and tail light on the driver side. I waited until police arrived to see how the car was positioned before I moved it. I turned the car off as soon as the accident happened. I started the car and moved it over to the side after police got there. When it came time to leave the car wouldn't start. There was a clicking noise when it was trying to turn over. I tried putting in in neutral, drive and reverse. I also tried positioning the ignition in different places. The car is repairable but can anybody tell me why it started the once and not again. Thanks for the help.
The jolt has caused a loose battery clamp or loose wires on the starter or a dead battery
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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