My 1994 Ford Explorer won't start. When I turn the key, the dashboard lights up, the radio comes on, but nothing happens.
Car won't start on 1994 Ford Explorer
MOST POPULAR ANSWER by Bret Bodas ,
August 20, 2009
Make sure the battery terminals are clean and tight. Sometimes the gearshift position switch can cause this. Try shifting the transmission into neutral and see if it starts. You may also have an issue with the ignition switch, starter or battery cables.
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