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Old 01-24-2016, 08:38 PM
Porchhound Porchhound is offline
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Default 2009 mariner hybrid starting problem

In park then turn key as usual...lights come on but doesn't crank at all. I have tried different things like
1. putting it in gear then back to park and then sometimes it will start right up.
2. It acts as if there is some kind of cut-off switch engaged keeping it from getting power to the solenoid.
3. Pushing in on the key doesn't help

I have sacrificed small animals and made tobacco offerings but nothing seems to help.
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Old 01-14-2017, 12:16 AM
09MarinerHybrid 09MarinerHybrid is offline
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Default Same issue, Is there any known resolution?

Just started in my 09 Mariner Hybrid at 106,000 miles. Turn the key, lights come on etc but engine does not crank. Wait 10-15 seconds then engine will start. If I listen very closely it sounds like something is starting up (battery fan?). Right now just a nuisance but not sure if this will degrade in the future. If I know what it is I might be able to fix it myself on the cheap.
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