i took the positive connection off to my 2006 for fusion since i was gone for 3 months and no one could use it but now since i put the positive connection back on the whole systems inside are freaking

Asked by Aug 27, 2014 at 10:26 PM about the 2006 Ford Fusion S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i took the positive connection off to my 2006 for fusion since i was gone for 3 months and
no one could use it but now since i put the positive connection back on the whole
systems inside are freaking out sounds like allot of clicking and when you turn the key to
start the car the lights flash on and off.... anyone please help me tell me whats going on i
really like this car!!!

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That sounds like the anti thieft system is activated, first make sure your battery is good and fully charged, then you can try locking and unlocking the drivers door with the key, if that don't work then do the same with the passenger door. If that don't work try disconnecting the negative battery cable, turn on the headlights for at least 30 seconds, turn off the headlights, reconnect the negative cable and give it a try.

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