Why won't my 02 mustang gt start

Asked by Mar 10, 2017 at 03:11 PM about the 2002 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've had the car almost a month got to drive it 2
weeks and went out to start it one morning and it
acted like battery was dead so I tryed jumping it
and nothing. Came home from work later and
jumped it and fired up went to store and back shut
it off and won't start also put New battery in and
still nothing

5 Answers

264,325

Check the battery cables, they might be loose or cracked. Might be the ignition switch? Does it crank and not start? I would then suspect the fuel pump. Have the fuel pressure tested.

It act's if the battery is dead battery isn't

264,325

do the lights and radio go on when you put the keys in the ignition?

The headlight on the driver side comes on when I turn the key but it just clicks like a dead battery

5

Check your battery cables, sounds like you have a bad connection. When you start it and drive over bumps it could connect or disconnect. Hope this helps !!

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