Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Check your battery cable at the battery and at the starter they corroade
run jumper cable from +post to starter if it starts need to replace cable
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
There is one thing you need to check, it is called the inertia switch. it is a little black box with a red button on the top of it. common problem for fords. if the switch gets bumped it cuts of the fuel to the motor for safety in the event of an accident. They are usually located down on either the passanger side or drivers side floor behind the panel that would be by your right foot if you are sitting in the pass seat. if it is not in the front then check in the rear like in the area inside where the jack gets stored.
Good luck and I hope this Helps. Allen
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