Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
Sounds like you have a bad connection at your battery. Clean you cables and reconnect them. If you are still having a problem, check the voltage in the battery at the posts and then check the voltage at the cable terminals. The clicking sound is your solenoid engaging. If everything else checks ok, check the voltage going into and out of the starter solenoid. If the voltage is ok at both these points, check the voltage at the starter motor. If you still have good voltage (within 1/2 volt of battery voltage) then remove your starter and have it checked and/or replaced.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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