Question about 1998 Ford Taurus
Already changed altinator and the battery checked all fuses
What you would need to do is to have the battery leads checked to see if it is producing the right amount of current sufficent enough to charge battery. This can be done with a diagnostics tool usually at your local auto repair store.This is make sure that your alternator is working properly.Then you need to make sure leads are securely tightened to battery terminals. Leads must be free of dirt and corrosion to ensure proper bonding. You can clean these with a small wire brush. Good luck
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