Having problems with your 2002 Ford Taurus ?

Well first i replaced my fuel injectors,when i finished the job the car did not want to start.what i mean by that is that the starter tries to turn but sounds like it gets stuck.well i repaced the starter and it still did the same response,so I replaced the battery with a new one.no response....the starter clanks but it sounds weak like its too much work.I also turned the engine by hand to make sure that it wasn't frozen.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 12-04-2021

Answers :

Simple test: secure your car, disconnect the start wire from the starter (the thin one) and put one of your own - long enough not to touch anything else while reaching the battery, put the contact on the key and try to start the engine with the wire - connect it to the plus of the battery. If the engine turns easily then the problem is in the key wiring, otherwise make sure the starter is properly installed and aligned, its power cable and connector is in good working order and the ground cable of the engine isn't oxidized or loose.
EITHER ENGINE LOCKED UP OR YOUR BATTERY GROUND OR POSITIVE BATTERY CABLE IS BAD OR STARTER SOLENOID BAD.
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