Question about 1992 Ford Probe
I have a '92 automatic probe that was driving perfectly well until I had to let it sit when it snowed. The next time I went to use it the battery was dead. I jump stated it and charged the battery to regular levels, and it was fine. The the next day went to use it, and again the battery was dead. the thing is though that the battery should only be about a year old.
Cold does strange things.. check battery health with load test... check cables especially grounds... test for parasitic leak of electrical by inserting a test light between battery ground post and cable .. only faint light for radio and comuter should exist ..a bright light means a draw and should be discovered by removing fuses one at a time til located ...good luck
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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