Ford Fusion 09 starts sometimes and sometimes it won’t start

What causes a car to not start intermittently?

If your vehicle won’t start, it’s usually caused by a dying or dead battery, loose or corroded connection cables, a bad alternator or an issue with the starter. It can be hard to determine if you’re dealing with a battery or an alternator problem.

What causes a car to start intermittently?

Your Car Starts Intermittently

Dirty or loose wiring could be behind your problem. An electrical component like a damaged relay could cause it to fail and work under different conditions. Even if this only rarely happens, it’s a good idea to take it in as soon as you can secure an appointment.

What could cause a Ford Fusion not to start?

The most common reasons a Ford Fusion won’t start are a dead battery, an alternator problem, or failed starter.

How much is a starter for a 2009 Ford Fusion?

We currently carry 10 Starter products to choose from for your 2009 Ford Fusion, and our inventory prices range from as little as $141.99 up to $334.99.

What does it mean when your car won’t start but the battery is not dead?

Similar to the starter engine, a broken or damaged ignition switch can stop your car from starting. If your headlights can turn on, but your car won’t crank, that means that your battery is charged, but either the starter or ignition is the problem.

How much does it cost to replace a starter in a Ford Fusion?

between $421 and $537

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The average cost for a Ford Fusion starter replacement is between $421 and $537. Labor costs are estimated between $121 and $152 while parts are priced between $301 and $385.

Where is the starter in a Ford Fusion?

The starter on the Ford Fusion is located underneath the battery. To gain access to the starter, you’ll need to disconnect the battery and remove it.