Question about 2003 Ford Escape
Check all terminal connections. I would return the battery and have them check it, even if it is new. I have had this happen to me with a new battery. Next I would have the starter checked. Fully charge the battery with an external charger. Leave it disconnected over night. Reconnect the battery and try to start the vehicle. If it is slow to turn, the battery could have a bad cell in it. Fully charge it before you return it to the store to be checked.
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