i have a 2000 mercury g.m.the interior light all come on when the car is driving down the road.now it wont start.i get no voltage to the ignition wire on starter

Asked by Aug 18, 2013 at 01:31 PM about the 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my interior lights come on after im driving down the road.i get no voltage to my starter ignition wirealarm system,is that true and where is it and my key pad on door doesn't work.someone said its in the

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Check your battery voltage and terminal connections. If the interior light is coming on while driving down the road you could have a bad door ajar switch. The light could have come on while it was parked and has ran the battery down.

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Check your ignition wire for voltage, you can have all your lights working, but, if you don't have power in that wire, you won't even get a click from you selinoid/starter.(check under the hood fuse box, could just be the fuse.)(pin#2)

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