Dead battery

Asked by Feb 22, 2017 at 05:00 PM about the 2014 Ford Fusion Energi SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok, so I jumped my 2014 ford fusion and let it run
for 10 minutes,  after a while i shut it off but still it
still won't start. Should I drive the car to charge the
battery ?

3 Answers

2,315

shootin from the hip , your battery's no good ,a bad alternator will set a light on the dash , let us know what happens .

18,645

If its running fine with dead battery then alternator is good. So it should be fine to drive to get new battery anyway. Drive it for a while and do not turn it off until your at a place that sells batteries and installs them or your tools with you or drive back home without turning it off but if it dies on you and not battery power still then your alternator is bad too or bad connections.

I'm having the same problem for the second time in about six months

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