Q: my new 2017 f150 will not start. all of the electrical systems turn on, but the truck will not turn over.any recommendations? the

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I am no mechanic, but I checked to make sure all the fuses were tight. All the lights, dash, stereo, etc work, but the truck just will not turn over. I tried both sets of keys I have and nothing seems to work. The battery is in good shape and the truck only has 700 miles on it.

My car has 700 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Being a new vehicle and under warranty, you should contact Ford roadside assistance. They will either send a technician out to check the vehicle, or have it towed to the nearest Ford dealer for inspection/repair.

Ford Roadside Assistance US: 1-800-241-3673 Canada: 1-800-665-2006

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