Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
Most likely a loose or corroded connection at the battery. The jarring of the popping the clutch may have shifted the battery stressing loose or corroded battery. Check, clean and tighten the connections to the battery. Check the battery voltage on the battery posts themselves and on the battery cable lugs when you're trying to crank it over. bad connections will show a large drop in voltage at the terminals but not on the battery posts themselves
Posted on May 30, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the battery under load at a local parts store. Sounds like a dead cell. Also check the cable connections to the battery for corrosion. The starter could be bad but That would be a last check unless it has been dragging. If the battery and connections are ok the starter solenoid would be the culprit. Sometimes you can free them with a light tap with a wrench or LIGHT tacking hammer. It will still need to be replaced, though. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
check raqd level before you do anything else,then if thats ok and hot water in the feed pipes ,then you have a problem with the flaps on the heatert unit ,if so check the vacumn feed pipe from the engine in case its split of broke off
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Before you go changing out the starter check for a burnt out fusible link going to the starter it will look like a wire but acts as a fuse and they burn in two just like a fuse. The symptoms you just describe are those of a burnt fusible link.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
SOURCE: where is the a/c fuse
This is kind of an open question as I am not sure what the A/C problem is so I have given you the 2 fuses that deal with part of the A/C as well as a relay. In the passenger compartment fuse panel in the number 10 position is a 10 amp fuse that deals with the tempreture blend acuator,the A/C clutch contact but also works with the heated seats. Diagram of fuse layout below. In the passenger compartment fuse panel in the number 37 position is a 15 amp fuse that is for the A/C clutch relay but also has some dealings with the transmission as well. In that same box in the number 52 position is the A/C clutch relay itself. below is a diagram of that fuse layout as well below. I hope this helps you and good luck.
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
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