HI! We exchanged the alternator on the escape, but it still is notcharging the battery. Checked to see if there is power coming from the alternator, and there is power going up to the fuse box but the battery is not chrging up, why? Can you help me?
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So, dose it need a jump start every time? Have you tested your battery? Look, I'm suggestioning that your battery is messed up and your alternator is working now. Start your truck, and unhook the battery, if the engine keeps running, it's not your altenator or regulator. If it dies, then it's likely the regulator.
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You have an electrical problem. Power steering cannot work without power and since you are having battery and alternator problems, you are probably trying to operate the car with a dead battery or faulty electrical system.
Have the electrical system checked by a few different reputable mechanics and get 3 quotes for repairs without sharing the information from one shop to the next.
Make sure you understand the warranty on the work and the cost of labor before you choose a service provider.
Edmunds has some interesting discussions on battery power losses in Ford Escapes around your year. Ford Escape Electrical Problems
Have the alternator check for charging rate and serviceability. Take stock of all the electrical components current usage including lights and ECM as the alternator may be under sized for what you are using (60amp instead of 90 amp). Check the condition of the drive belt and check the tension of the belt
my guess is that you have no voltage from the alternator to the battery, what does the voltage read on the alternator when running? the ecm or ecu or whatever has no control over this, check the circuit from alt to batt and check ground also, either one will give you a headache
HAVE BATTERY CHECKED IT COULD BE BAD OR HAVE A DEAD CELL IN IT.ALSO CHECK ALTERNATOR OUT PUT.IT SHOULD BE 13.5 TO 14.5 VOLTS. IF NOT THE ALTERNATOR ALREADY BEEN REPLACED YOU HAVE BLOWN FUSE OR FUSELINK.OR THE ALTERNATOR WIRES COULD BE DAMAGED OR BROKE.MAKE SURE YOUR ALTERNATOR BELT NOT SLIPPING.IF ALL IS GOOD.YOU NEW ALTERNATOR COULD HAVE A FACTORY DEFECT.IT COULD BE BAD.
This is a problem with the alternator. Diode rectifiers and voltage regulator replacement will give this baby a 14.2 voltage output. In this 3L V6 SUV removal of the alternator requires removing the right tire, the right axis and undercovering to reach the 6G alternator. It is a 133mm rectifier with a motorcraft, The serpentine belt is better removed from the bottom. Also keep a bucket on hand to recover the oil from the transmission.