2012 Ford Taurus

Asked by Aug 27, 2016 at 04:46 PM about the 2009 Ford Taurus X SEL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello, I have a 2012 Ford Taurus SL or SE.
Sometime when I turn my car off it want
start back up without a jump. What could be
the problem? Please advise

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You want that like right now?

19,810

Have the battery and alternator tested.

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I'm back, but I forgot the question. It is hell getting old!

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Hey Bob I got your back.

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52,115

Just keep up the good work. Oh, you will be proud of me as I purchased a bottle of Lucas Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer and if you think I am going to pour 1 quart of that thick shit in my 2014 Dodge you would be nuts. Maybe 1/4 of the bottle tops along with a 1/4 qt. of ATF to stop the start up lifter tick.

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