2000 murcury mountaineer won't start

Asked by Whiteyx4 Sep 01, 2019 at 08:20 AM about the 2000 Mercury Mountaineer AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My mountaineer wont make a
sound when i try to start it. So i
jumped it and it still wouldn't turn
over but the lights work. When i
try to roll my window up the go
then stop go then stop. And
everytime it stops something
under my dash clicks. When i
open my glove box the light inside
turns off then comes back on
clicking each time

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Either your battery is not accepting a charge and it is on the brink of complete failure or you have a loose or corroded connection in the power path from the battery. Check the battery's voltage level at rest. It should be about 12-14 volts. If it is, you are losing the power downstream from the battery. If it does not measure 12-14V then it is either too week or the alternator is not charging it properly.

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