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Vehicle won’t start

(2007 Ford Edge)
in Glendale, AZ on October 09, 2017
Drove around town Walmart, grocery store car wash. Came home turned off motor then went to start 10 minutes later. Just Click Click Click replaced starter and battery and checked fuses. Vehicle won’t start. Can get it to turn over if two screwdrivers are put together with solenoid and starter but won’t stay running.
How long have you had this problem? Just came on suddenly no warning
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on October 10, 2017
Security light on?
of Mike's Garage on October 09, 2017
Check the starter relay. If it cranks when you jump the terminals but not with the key turned there is a voltage/ power loss somewhere between the key and starter.
on October 09, 2017
The starter with solenoid was replaced just a week ago also tried starting it while connected to battery charger still nothing
of Mike's Garage on October 10, 2017
The starter relay and starter solenoid are NOT the same thing. The relay is in the battery junction box.
on October 12, 2017
All relays and fuses have been checked and replaced. Still nothing. Also checked the key. It is still programmed
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