2006 Ford Escape would not start, probably low battery. Now the Battery Light is on ? Why ?

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Asked by Nov 25, 2013 at 03:39 PM about the 2006 Ford Escape Limited 4WD

Question type: General

Low Battery in my 2006 Escape  V - 6   jumped it, and drove it a while.

My instrument lights went out before I shut the car off....the battery light was on.
The battery light was the only light on .... on the dash instrument cluster.  When  I tried to restart the car it just clicked... the dead battery sound.
Is this just a bad Battery or is it something else ?
Could someone please advise me,  thank you   al

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providing that your battery is newer than five...follow the end of the black clamping wire to the end where it attaches to the frame/ground....wirebrush that lug...wirebrush that spot...put them together for renewed power...also the 1/0 wire that goes to the engine (near the alternator)~

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