the ground to the battery i had the same problem on my truck
More detail is needed. Does it crank? Battery new?
Check the wires at the battery connection, then at the opposite ends of these cables. These are the most likely areas to be losing power.
No it will not restart
take out the battery or press the restart button
If you're driving a manual, it means that you've stalled out. Turn off the car and restart.
If it won't crank, which is probably what you really have going on, it means your battery went bad while you were driving.
take the battery out : )
take out the battery
could mean anything. see if it happens again then see a mechanic
I have a 99 suburban and the battery cables can become loose. You have to clean and tighten them regularly. It has happened to me a lot. It is a design fail on gmc's part.
Battery may be depleted.
It should restart normally after replacing the battery. If not, it could be a security mode the car has entered. You should question a ford dealership about it.
Fuel... either you ran out or the pump stoped working, it could also me that the alternater failed and the battery died.
Simply unplug the battery and replace the cords to the battery!
restart the computer and by doing that disconnect the battery for 5 min
It sounds like your car over heated while you were driving it. You should have it towed to a mechanic so that they can fix the problem.
Either the battery is dead or you have to restart it.
The answer is obvious. The battery is dead and will not turn the engine over.
Just had this happen to me except mine was a 1997 Jeep Cherokee Sport. All it wound up being was the battery. Once I replaced it, it worked great. Don't worry, I thought the same thing you were. How is the Jeep able to restart if the battery is dead? My mechanic told me it's because it's drawing it's power from the alternator. My alternator was working great but it was the battery that wasn't holding the charge. Hope this is the same with you.
Spark plugs could be the issue. Might also be the starter but I don't know about cars. I really think the starter must be out but it could also be the alternater. Best to go to a mechanic and get it checked out.
restart it. take out the battery. call technical support?
delete all files on the psp and buy a 20volt+ battery