Have Ford Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello and welcome!My name isCustomerand I can assist you with your question.
Did you still need help?
Are you looking for possible causes or would you like me to walk you through this diagnoses?
Ok, no problem.
This is going to be caused by a no or low voltage issue. This could be because of a bad connection at or after the batteries or simply due to a bad starter.
Some other possible causes would be a bad ignition switch, faulty sensor or aftermarket sensor or wiring installed on the vehicle.
By diagnosing it using a voltmeter.
So I would recommend to start by checking for voltage down at the starter with the key in the CRANK position.
If there is no power, then we back up further in the starting circuit and trace down the root cause or bad connection.
I would also check for voltage coming from the batteries to the MAIN fuse block or power distribution center under the hood. This may do the trick if you have a bad connection at or after the batteries
If need be, you can check for power coming in and out of the ignitiuon switch with it turned to the "run" position. This will tell you if we need to go "downstream" or back "upstream" to locate the problem.
Does that make sense?
Hello! It'sCustomerfrom just answer.
I am just checking in to see if you need any further assistance?
That will do it!
I am glad I can help!
It has been a pleasure working with you. Please dont forget to honor your good faith deposit by rating my answer as "5 STAR SERVICE" for assisting you today.
Please let me know if you have any further questions.