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2000safarilost all power well driving now battary is dead now.

Lost all power well drivin now battary is dead now.

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It is easy to solve this, change a new battery for it. More auto diagnostic tool @http://www.obd2express.co.uk

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Have the battery and the alternator tested under a heavy electrical load. Some of the cheap battery testers will not indicate a bad or weak cell. Also your alternator may not put out enough amperage to keep up with the electrical demands placed upon it. A good battery tester is a carbon pyle tester. Good luck.

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