Question about 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Problem happened a week ago, mechanic thought it was corroded battery connections, cleaned and it started. Ran fine for 6 days and happened again this morning.
Had the eact same thing happen on my diesel and it turned out to be the alternator which had fried oine of the batteries.... you could put a charge on them and it would run for a week or ten days and then nothing.. clean the cables charge it up and it would go again... finally it just stop taking the charge and I look deeper and replaced the batteries ran fine for two weeks then dead again... alternator finally finished itself off... problem had been a little intermittent till then.. good luck
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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