While driving my 2002 Ford Explore the electricity in the truck will go out but when I checked the fuse it was alright so then I had it looked at and the mechanic said it could be that theres plastic maybe melting on some of the wires. So what do I Do and this morning I turned the truck on and it started but a couple mins late I tried to start it again and it didn't start it just made a tick tick noise. but the music comes on an my powered windows roll down slow

Asked by Sep 18, 2013 at 02:45 AM about the 2002 Ford Explorer Sport 2WD

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While driving my 2002 Ford Explore the electricity in the truck will go out but when I checked the fuse it was alright so then I had it looked at and the mechanic said it could be that theres plastic maybe melting on some of the wires. So what do I Do and this morning I turned the truck on and it started but a couple mins late I tried to start it again and it didn't start it just made a tick tick noise.

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DISCONNECT THE BATTERY AND TAKE IT TO A REAL MECHANIC. There is a short circuit somewhere and your truck may catch fire.

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