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Am dealing with a 2002 ford taurus an when we turn the ignition the car is not rolling over an we none check the starter relay what to do

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First check and see if you have battery Power, Check battery voltage. Then if you do, then check voltage going to the starter. If you have no power here it could be a short here. Also, check your fuses for the starting circuit.Happy Hunting!!

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You should have a starter draw of about 250-300 amps during cranking. Disconnect the fuel or ignition system and crank for several seconds to get a good reading.

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