2004 Crown Vic does not start.

Asked by Aug 09, 2018 at 10:42 PM about the 2004 Ford Crown Victoria

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Start with battery then cable & connections and finally starter, batteries go bad about every three years. Electronically speaking there is a neutral switch incorporated into the trans shift indicator on the side of the trans.they rarely fail. If the starter clicks hit it or I should say tap on the starter(under right side of the car). while someone holds the switch in start, if it starts chabge the starter I've seen them go a long time after this then of course quit working when you need it most the tap thing only works once. I'm a recently retired ASE Certified Master Mechanic.

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What have you checked so far? Does the starter turn the engine over? Do you have spark? Is fuel making it into the cylinders?

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I'll stop by in a few minutes to diagnose it. If I don't show up just start supper without me.

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