Question about 1993 Mercury Capri
Posted by Anonymous on
Could be dirty cable connections to the battery. Get a wrench the right size and carefully turn the bolt on the negative battery terminal, be careful not to touch the positive terminal at the same time, or sparks will fly! Remove the terminal from the battery then remove the positive terminal. Scrape and clean the terminals and the battery posts until you get some shine on them. Re-install in reverse order and cross your fingers. Otherwise it may be a bad battery or a bad alternator not charging the battery...
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
Sound like you have a bad battery, take the battery to an auto parts where they can check it for you.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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