Question about 2003 Ford Expedition
Hi: The 1st thing to check is your Battery Condition and your Battery Cables Condition. Get Battery Fully Charged and with a have a Auto Store or Shop, Put at Least 250-300 Amps Load on The Battery. This will Determine if your battery good or Bad.Check Cables for Acid build-up Even in The Rubber Insulation just Cut Back about 1-2 Inches and if its got Acid in The Wire Its a Bad Cable.So REplace Battery and or Cables if Bad. # 2 Make Sure You have Disconnected the Negative Battery Cable Then - After You have gotten past your Battery/Cables Next Thing it Could Be Is Your Starter or Starter
Solenoid. Which is Attached to Your Starter Its Where your Ignition wire and Positive battery cable Hooks to. At this Point I would Just Recommend you pull your Stater and take to A Auto Store or Shop They can Check it to see if its Working. When you But a Starter Most of the time a New Solenoid comes with it. I Hope I have Helped you. Let me know By Voting at the Level of Help i've Given You. Thanks from d_hubbs
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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