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I have a 2002 ford explorer sport trac,and its not charging the battery,Its not the alternator or the battery,,Its a wiring thing..you have any thing for me

I can fix it my self..

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Don't know how or who tested the battery or alternator,
but if it wasn't you,then no --you can't diagnose even more
difficult issues such as wiring

Suggest a repair shop

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