I have a 2011 F-150 it seems when its cold the truck wont turn over at all, all lights come on when key is on and when i try and start the truck the lights dont go out, but truck wont turn over at all

Asked by Dec 03, 2014 at 09:06 AM about the 2011 Ford F-150 XLT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

5 Answers

20,150

Still could be the battery. Get a jump from another vehicle or a jumper pack. Let the battery charge up (turn off any extra things like radio, lights ect) while running. Take it to an Autozone they can load test the battery for free. Do not buy one from them though. Walmart and Autozone have the worst cheapest batteries I've ever seen.

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20,150

No problem and good luck.

8,600

Does your description mean the engine cranks but wont start? Or does it mean the engine wont crank over.? If you have a cranking engine, check your spark to verify at the plug, the wire, the connections etc. For coil on plug you would remove and inspect, then arc to testlight for spark plug wires. The fuel pressure should be checked for pressure and volume, You should hear the pump run. Please answer to these clarifications to get a handle on your concern and be sure it is understood.

8,600

If you have a truck that lights up but wont crank the engine, then clean your battery connections first and retry. Then, if needed, charge or jumpstart as required. Get your battery and charging system tested by a real technician at a shop. get an estimate, and decide what to do.

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