Question about 2001 Ford Explorer
Most likely battery related:
1. Clean battery terminals, remove the battery cables and clean the cable clamps and the battery posts. It may start now.
2. The negative cable, where it connects to the engine ground, is loose, corroded, damaged, or otherwise not making good ground contact.
3. Turn ON headlights and try to start engine. If there is a slight dimming or no dimming, the solenoid needs replacement (maybe the starter, too).
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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