Question about Cars & Trucks
Hi sorry no inglish well use a google translater
mira si tu auto no enciende es muy probable que el fusible que se encuentra dentro de tu auto este quemado por el corte que ocasiono la bateria invertida , destapa la caja de fusible y revisa el que dice bateria o el dibujo de la bateria , si te es dificil de identificar cual es mejor revisa todos a lo mejor quemastes mas de uno replasalo y veras que tu carro ensendera a la perfeccion saludos
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Battery keeps going dead.
obviously there is an abnormal drain on the vehicles electrical system. Examples of this are a glove box or conso;e light staying even though you closed it, is there a reading or compartment light on ? Anybody that just says "you need a battery without ALSO testing the electrical system for integrity is not helping,
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: my car radio stopped working
It takes a nano second to ruin today's electronics. I'd check the fuse for the radio before hitting tha panic button. You may be lucky and only blew the fuse If you are prone to leaving stuff on, I suggest at least once a month you should put your battery on a charger...The alternator can never completely charge a battery...it's designed to maintain the state of charge...not re-charge. This shortens battery life and overworks the alternator. Hope it's only a fuse and if it is a radio, be glad you didn't do more...I've seen everything including the computer get fried!!
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
it sounds to me like you have a short or something in your car is using power. You might want to try to pull the fuse for the alarm and leave it out over night, then try the car in the morning and see if it starts. If it does then the problem is in the alarm. My car did that a couple of times and my alarm was the trouble and to replace it. Hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
This is a normal condition I will explain why. Your vehicle has an ETC(Electronic throttle conrtol) which mean the is not a throttle cable. It is control by onboard computers in the vehicle. There is a delay sometimes because the ETC performs whats called a sweep test. turn the key to the on position for 2 seconds for it will then fire right up. I hope this info was helpfull please rate it.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
sounds like the immobiliser, like you did,nt connect the immobiliser block,a cable with 3 wires,look carefully you may not have noticed & plugged it in. all the leads connected to the battery may not be correct. car thinks it,s being stolen.with fords you need to use the original key(red dot on it)to activate security settings,good luck leave key out of ignition,that may work
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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