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2003 Mountaineer won't start, battery is good.

Our 2003 Mercury Mountaineer wouldn't start. It gave us no signs of the starter having problems, and the batter has been tested. When you turn the key, there is power to the radio and lights, and you do hear a clicking noise under the hood.

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CHECK BATTERY CABLES AND FOR CORROSION,A BAD GROUND OR BAD CONNECTION WILL CREATE ENOUGH RESISTANCE TO PREVENT STARTER TO CRANK OVER ENGINE. IF BATTERY HAS 12V DOESN'T MEAN IT'S GOOD,IT COULD HAVE ON 100 CCA'S, NOT ENOUGH.

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