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My aviator won't start and its not the battery what can be it was working fine

Checked the battery but it was fine the lights and everything turns on

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I had a similar problem. My battery was new, charging at 14.5 volts when running, 12.4 volts static. Checked all battery connections and grounds, all good. Checked started and found it loading the battery with over 250 amps, normally about 75 amps. BINGO! time for a new started. Test your circuits with a voltmeter and ensure low resistance. Make sure your battery is charging.

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SOURCE: My 2000 lincoln ls doesn't crank or click when trying to start it, it does nothing? all the lights work, radio, signals and horn, I checked the fuel relay and the starter relay and the ignition fu

Sounds like an Ignition Module or similar device. Does it have an alarm? Turn the key to ON - not start - and put into Drive and then back into Park. It may be the shifter isn't fully engaged. Also, w/your FOOT ON THE BRAKE shift to Neutral and try to start it.

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SOURCE: 2005 lincoln aviator - hazards work - turn signals work sometimes

Could be the turn signal switch on the column.

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SOURCE: my 2003 lincoln aviator key won't turn

Try looking at the Brake lights when the brakes are pressed. There is a switch on some of the brake pedal levers that sends a signal to release a Lock-out for the Ignition.

If the brake lights do not work, the brake lever switch is out of position or broken.

This is a common problem with many Ford designs and occurs when the drivers feet hit the switch.

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