Question about 2003 Ford Expedition
If you have another key then try it. your key fob code may be corrupt
Posted on Apr 30, 2015
I'd be looking at the condition of the battery first.
Have you tried using jumpers to see if you can get it started?
Tried disconnecting the battery and leaving it on a charger overnight? Cleaned the terminals and battery posts, cable connections?
Lets try that and then see what happens.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: try to start my 2000
There's also a security light in the speedomter housing. of this light is on and the light flashes as the beeping sounds the key is'nt being reconized by the computer, This car is well known for started failure so the wire also breaks off the started so look at the wires on the starter to see that they are connected anfd theat they have power the big cable shouls be hot all the time ( from the battery) and the little wire should come hot as the key is turned to start. if it doesn't come hot as the key is turned jump puwer from the battery wire to the small wire and the starter shsould crank ( it can make a spark so be careful to potect yopur self and your eyes from dirt and sparks. If the starter works and the small wire is'nt coming hot as the key is turned the car might not be in park good or may start in neutral. if it does the neural start switch might be bad or the gearshift linkage is loose andf the car is'nt all the way in park.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
SOURCE: my 2000 expedition will not
This is a classic sign of a bad starter. When a starter is on its way out, it will usually start when cold. Once it heats up after a short trip or 2, it takes more and more power to get the starter to turn. If the truck will start with a jump when warm, you've confirmed that you have a bad starter.
Posted on Apr 27, 2011
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