Electrical Issues FORD FOCUS TITANIUM 2014

Asked by Oct 29, 2017 at 10:33 AM about the 2014 Ford Focus Electric

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

For the last couple of weeks I’ve been having some
issues where my focus is saying that the key is not to tact
it even though the key will be in the vehicle… This
morning I went to start the car and now it won’t start at all
it was mentioning the Sim card, which I know was located
in the glove compartment so I took that out put it back
in… Still nothing… Then went back out the dashboard
started to light up, the key unlock the door… But then
when I went to hit the start button, it just clicked… And I
know what an alternator sounds like, so I’m not going to
try to restart the car… Waiting on a battery charge now to
see… Any suggestions? I hope this is under my warranty
and I just purchased a vehicle and are you possibly
suggesting taking It to the Ford dealership so they can do
a full test?

2 Answers

Sorry / key “not detected”

And not the glove compartment. / THE MIDDLE COMPARTMENT ARM REST IS WHERE THE SIM CARD IS LOCATED

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