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It's probably a bad battery. It happens, especially if the car sits on the lot for a while. If the dealer won't help you, take it to a different one, or go to ford corporate. Or threaten to, sometimes that will scare the service manager into doing something.Report it
Sounds more like an alternator issue...Report it
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