I have ford fusion 2009 after car wash car is not starting.

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Asked by Sep 14, 2014 at 02:06 AM about the 2009 Ford Fusion SEL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have ford fusion 2009, i got car wash yesterday, till returning home in d morning  car
was perfectly working, but in the evening when i tried to open car with the remote i didnt
work, i opened the gate with key & tried to start the engine. it didnt work too.any help
possiible  on this ??

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your battery terminals probably just got loose, open the engine bay and wiggle the + and - terminals and see if you can move them, if so then tighten them in a car wash if some water might have slipped in your alternator (the device which charges your battery), if so then that might cause the trouble.

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Boss, i had tried chargeing my battery from another car. on connecting the chargering wires, my car 's light & cd & Ac's started working . but on trying to start engine. it had some jerks. what problem it could be ??

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