Question about 1999 Ford Crown Victoria
Your contacts on the battery cable have to be dirty, starter too. Pull those cables off and scrub them good with a knife and wire brush, even underneath where the wire attaches to the terminal, If it comes off, if not just the terminal and the battery, if the battery is good, It should crank, If it is dirty, it won't. I have cleaned terminals real clean and thought they would be fine and it still wouldn't start, had to do it again, this time I got it clean. Also check the voltage, has to be 13 volts or more, and then if you have one of those floaty ball testers, use it, it can tell you a lot about your battery. Check it out, hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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