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What is check charging system light on in a 2006 ford explorer

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I have the same problem. In the past I have had the alternator replaced and battery replaced. Once it started this again and took it to a different garage they told me it is a known problem for explorers and expeditions and it maybe that the warning sensor is bad which is located in the alternator, or the computer board is bad. I have choosen to not replace anything and it has been almost two years and everything in that department seems to be fine. When the check charging system goes off I check the battery gage and nothing changes and I also check if any lights go deem, and they dont. I have not had any problems starting my vehicle either. The beeping noise can be agnoring, but i don't want to keep throwing money at it only for it to happen again.

Posted on Sep 05, 2012

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SOURCE: 2006 Ford Explorer "Oil Change Required" light is still on after changing the oil

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Oil Change Reset
A press of the OIL CHANGE RESET switch will allow you to
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and hold for five seconds as the M/C counts down for five
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Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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SOURCE: GEAR SHIFT INDICATOR LIGHT 2006 FORD EXPLORER

I had the same problem. They need to change the whole shift indicator assembly. Had mine fixed inn 30 minutes

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 Ford Taurus. Check charging system light and

if the car is charging and you have power and ground to the alternator and in the plug then the alternator needs the rectifier either resoldierd at the stator connections or it needs to be replaced.

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2005 ford explorer check charging system warning light

if charging light is on w/ engine running,the fault could be the alternator or another component of the charging system.remove, clean and tighten battery post connections to check for alternator output,use a volt meter or multi-tester set to 50 Volts DC,w/ tester on battery terminals it should read 12 volts W/ engine off;13 to 14 volts w/engine running.if voltage increases when alternator is spinning,suspect battery

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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if charging light is on w/ engine running,the fault could be the alternator or another component of the charging system.remove, clean and tighten battery post connections to check for alternator output,use a volt meter or multi-tester set to 50 Volts DC,w/ tester on battery terminals it should read 12 volts W/ engine off;13 to 14 volts w/engine running.if voltage increases when alternator is spinning,suspect battery

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check the connections on the back also check you have at least 12.85 volts at the battry the altanator could be on the way out

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I had the same problem. They need to change the whole shift indicator assembly. Had mine fixed inn 30 minutes

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