My 2003 Ford Explorer won't start , I try to crank it and I hear a click under the hood.


Asked by tim5132 Feb 24, 2013 at 11:36 AM about the Ford Explorer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Well a few days ago it was cranking a little rough and as of last night it
will not crank up and all you can hear is a single click when you go to
crank it and it is coming from underneath the hood

3 Answers

Michael McGrail

Sounds like your battery may be dead (or too low to crank the truck).

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If the battery is not dead. Try giving the starter a couple of taps with a wrench or something not hard enough to dent it. Starter could be stuck. I agree with Michael, battery may not have enough of a charge.

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