we thaught it was the starter had it tested it is good my husband changed the battery terminals and now we get nothing at all no dings from ignition or nothing

Asked by Aug 05, 2013 at 12:08 PM about the 2002 Ford Explorer Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

before he changed the terminals on the battery we got the dings and could put it in neutral and get a clicking but nothing in park

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270,275

Did you check the battery voltage, what is it?

well we did not but it is a new interstate battery and know that doesn't matter that you can get those bad we took the battery out of my daughters car and it is fully charged and still get nothing

270,275

Possibly a grounding issue or faulty ignition switch is my guess.

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Hi, Given that things were OK before the terminal change, I would go back to that point and check that they are conducting current.

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