Question about 1994 Ford Crown Victoria
Because the cable was loose, this caused the amperage to discharge on the battery, the battery may
look like it has enough voltage, but a battery can have the right voltage ,but not enough amperage to
engage the starter. my suggestion would be to disconnect one side of the battery, put booster cables
on the battery let charge from 15 to 20 minutes if possible then reconnect the battery, then try to boost
the car. if this does not work the only other alternative is to take it to an autoparts store where they can
check the battery or starter, but if it was working fine pryor, it may not be the starter. a starter pulls a lot
of amps from the battery to drive the starter that requires a lot of torque to turn the motor over. places
like autozone, oreilly's, advance auto parts have equipment to check electrical devices at no charge to
you the customer. I hope this helps, good luck!
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
From ur explanation, m sure ur starter brushes are worn n no longer give u enuf conduct when u start. These usualy come in sets of two or four n they are fairly easy to replace, but b4 u open it try tapping on the solenoid if it is stuck it might help. Also make sure u make regular checks to ur electrical wires to ensure that are always tight coz tht dd cost u sme amperage. If this doesnt help, get an expert 2 look at ur car.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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