2000 ford mustang

Asked by Nov 01, 2016 at 06:24 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2000 Ford Mustang the car will not turn
over or has any power. I started the car on let it
sit for few minutes then the just turned off .Went
to try to restart the car no power no lights...
Nothing. I recharged the battery and check fuses
Everything seems good ...but still no power or turn
over. Any ideas?

2 Answers

15

Hard to troubleshoot with only partial info - how long has it been sitting without starting? We see a lot of harnesses that get chewed by squirrels/rats and that will sure make a car not want to start! Call the shop I work at Prestige Mustang if you need to replace any parts, I am sure the guys can help you out with good used mustang parts for your car & not charge you a lot of $$ to ship them to you 770-207-PONY(7669)

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Clean and tighten the battery connections.

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