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05 EXPEDITION ELECTRONIC PROBLEM

DEAD BATTERY, CHECK ELECTRONIC THRODDLE CONTROL DISPLAY AND CHECK ADVIANCE TRAC DISPLAYED
SOMETHING IS KILLING THE BATTERY AT NIGHT. SECOND TIME CHECK ELECTRONIC THRODDLE CONTROL CAME ON LOST THE THRODDLE AND THEN RESTARTED THE TRUCK DISPLAY GONE AND THRODDLE WORKED. IF I UNHOOK THE NEG TO THE BATTERY AT NIGHT AND HOOK IT BACK UP IN THE MORNING IT STARTS WITH OUT A JUMP. AUTO PLACE TESTED THE BATTERY AND THE ALT AND NOTHING WRONG WITH THEM, MECHANIC STATED NO CODES COME UP. WHAT IS WRONG WITH MY TRUCK

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Needs reprogramming covered under a tsb at the dealer

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