> My 1997 Taurus has symptoms like a bad battery or alternator, yet I've
> replaced them both and still have the problem. The battery isn't
> charging and won't start the car, especially after driving the car for
> a while. A jump will get it back up to where it will start. Also, if
> the car sits for a while it will start. But when running, the
> headlights are bright and there seems to be enough power.
> Any suggestions?
Turn on the head lights when it won't start. Are they bright?
Now, crank the motor with the lights on. DO them dimm a lot
when it won't crank over?
CHeck the ground from
the battery to the engine block. If the
battery cables look suspicious, replace them.
I had a bad solenoid on my 93 which caused an intermittent no
start. It was a cheap rebuilt.
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