Ford Explorer 2003

Asked by Oct 10, 2016 at 11:35 AM about the 2003 Ford Explorer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car doesnt start. Battery is new. No light, no panel. Only light is the red light
for alarm. Continuos clicking sound from the fuse box under the driver wheel.
anyone any ideas? I tried also a jump start. no nothing. Could it be a fuse?

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96,665

Could be a fuse, but first I would check all of the main power and grounds, corrosion or even loose can cause your symptoms.

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HI, it seems like a loose. but - connecting a jump starter, no results. Therefore it should not be the battery, right? - no lights, no panel, no lock ... all electric system is interrupted - the only lights working are alarm and radio sometimes

96,665

Still sounds like a major voltage loss to me, battery cables, main engine grounds, body grounds, all of those must be checked for proper connections, then after that is done then start checking the other circuit connections, power distribution box, main harness corrector at the fire wall. etc.

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Best Answer

Battery connectors was the issue :) THANKS! All solved now!

96,665

Great, at least you didn't have to start doing the circuit testing.

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