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My 2004 ford explorer wont start, theft light on dash blinks fast when key is turned on to start. all dash lights come on, just nothing to the starter. hear a clicking under dash fuse box thats it. what can i do?

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Got a 2004 ford explorer it wont start but it turns over put fuel pump starter evap canister and purge valve it was broke,and a battery fuel filter,tac system and it still wont crank



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If you've noticed hard starting in the past few days, it could be that your alternator or battery has gone bad. Goodluck

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