Truck won't start

Asked by Jun 16, 2016 at 10:55 AM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Truck will start when I put on charger/ starter 75 amp boost. Napa says
battery is good

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have your alternator checked, it might not be charging..

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Fully charge the battery with a charger. After charged start the vehicle without a boost and check the voltage at the battery with a multi-meter. If the alternator is charging less than 14 volts, it's bad

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Thank you I now realize I didn't give you enough info Turns out had loose ground (no sounds when cranking) just dead I tightened ground inside fender also had bad switch at clutch same symptoms as bad ground had power just wasn't connecting THANKS AGAIN

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