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F150 Ford 2011 no crank after earlier in day started ok and parked at home.

Lights seem to bright and I put battery charger on just to be sure that was ok. I have a MyKey system and tried both keys I have for vehicle. I also tried remote start and all I get is a horn honk.

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  • RANDY POWERS Dec 11, 2016

    Since the battery checks ok i would have the starter checked. especially the solonoid.

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Sounds like a dead cell in the battery. Fully charge it with an external charger with it disconnected from vehicle. Take it to a parts store to have it checked with the load system.

Posted on Dec 10, 2016

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