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03 wrangler completely shut down while mud riding.. battery, connections and fusses are good... it does nothing when I turn the key, not even interior lights.?

03 wrangler with 4.0

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if the battery is good and you jump the starter she should run otherwise you may have a sensor issue, try to get a hold of a code reader and see if any codes have popped up..

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SOURCE: 03 ford expedition interior lights stay on and door ajar reads

This is a very common problem with Fords. I have one that was doing this as well. What works for most people is pretty much what you have tried - spraying inside the latch all over with WD40 Until it's coming out the bottom of the door. If this fails to work, the switch probably needs replaced. The switch is located inside the door near the latch. It should be pretty easy to find once you have the door panel off. Look for the wires leading to it. A new switch is usually very inexpensive, but may have to be purchased through your local Ford dealer. If you're not comfortable taking the door panel off, a mechanic should be able to do this repair for you in less than an hour of shop time.

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SOURCE: Engine shut down on freeway. Good battery, low oil

low oil boiling water sometime automatically stop the engine for further damage. stop the engine wait for sometime. fill up oil/water. check fuse/switches for engine/lights/dimmer. re start.

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Check that the battery connections and clean and tight. Check to dee if the connections on the starter and clean and tight also. If all this is good then remove the starter and have it checked.

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u shud scan vehicle 1st--a flaw in the wiring harness may be present or solenoids etc cud be staying on--go in engine area and chec the maxifuses that connect to alternator-if burnt then batt wouldnt charge--secure a repair manual

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