Question about 2002 Ford Mustang
This sounds like your starter. 1. I would take my old battery to the auto parts store and let them test. If the they say it's bad then you still needed to replace your battery. However, it's good, take the new one back and get your money back. 2. I would also check my battery wires, make sure they have a good connection. If they are rusty that might cause issues too. If this is a battery issue your lights in the car should have problems too. If all seem very strong just the clicking sound I would look at the starter, this way you have eliminated the idea of your battery.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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