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2004 explore no crank

Was having trouble with starting explorer, symptoms appeared to be like poor battery , would start every time with a jump. Last time after it was started after the jump the check engine light ,limp mode lightand battery light.Shut off engine, hooked up opdII unit, showed NO LINK. Now engine will not even crank over. don't appear to hear any solenoids clicking appears to be power at starter fuses, no power at starter. Have replaced battery power every where else any ideas? thanks John

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  • jkidd64 Jul 11, 2008

    I have a 2004 explorer it will not start. I replaced the battery and still nothing all the lights come on. but will not tune over also took off starter and had it checked it's fine.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    if restarted soon after shutdown start seems normal,but longer times between starts shows same symptoms

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Sounds like it could be the alternator. Call your local Auto Zone store and inquire with the cars symptoms. They give free advice and even let you use their tools for free.

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Could it be the spark plugs? Having same problem.

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Just a question how did you jump start it did you connect the black lead to the engine for earth and the red lead to the battery positive or both to the battery? cause if you hooked both to the battery you may have stuffed your computer
if not get back to me and i can try to assist you further

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