most likely cause is bad starter, one easy way is usaully when you beat on the starter while somone is trying to key it will start, had to do this many times to save people money on tow bills. Usually a bad connection on your battery post terminals or the starter. Clean the battery post terminals and try starting if that doesnt work try tightening the nuts on the wires connecting to the starter motor. This should help unless your battery is dead. It could also be that the ground on the negative side of the battery has come off. This just happened to my '93. I had to bend the ground connector some, so that it would fit onto the terminal, and tighten the nuts on the battery, but be careful as the battery sparked at my when I did this.
why wont my 1995 ford explorer not start? It just makes a clicking noise?
crawl under truck and tap the starter with a hammer crawl under truck and tap the starter with a hammer
If it is a v6 motor left side of trans on starter if it clicks when trying to start sometimes you can peck on starter motor to get started but will stop working again will need replaced
if it wont turn over at all you need a starter
Your starter is bad and needs to be replaced. If you need it to start it, you might be able to by tapping it with a hammer very slightly. This will unstuck it just enough for it to start the vehicle, but it definitely needs replacement.
if the motor is spinng over then starter is ok
starter, starter relay, battery, high resistance in batter/starter cabels just a few things that will cause this.
yes, car will not start
This sounds like your starter solenoid is bad.
The starter is bad or the engine is locked up. Make sure the starter getting power then turn the engine by hand.
if its a ford prduct,check starter relay!!if not check starter solenoid.
Dirty battery connections or loose battery cables at starter or solenoid?
your battery is flat Could be that your starter is dead. The clicking is the starter solenoid. That's a good thing that it is at least clicking. Replace the starter.
yes!! by the starter and put it in!
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : ( fuse # 24 is a 15 amp mini fuse for the starter relay )
you need to replace the starter solenoid usually on a ford the solenoid is located on the side of the engine bay
you have left a small lead with a female connector off the starter motor solonoid
The starter or solenoid are most likely bad. The starter assembly can be removed and put on a starter tester to see if its bad.
Have the starter tested at your auto parts store. Sounds like a bad solenoid or bad starter.
I do not have heat in the car and the blend door clicks. How do I access the blend door in a 2005 Ford Explorer?
The starter solenoid is mounted directly to the starter.
the starter is located on the right side of the engine.
Loose or corroded battery cables Weak battery Bad starter Bad neutral switch
different part numbers. I don't think they interchange.