Question about Ford Expedition
Yr is 98. It will die overnight or after 12 hrs of sitting. Have taken it to orileys and they have tested battery and altenator, everything comes back good. Just replaced altenator and voltage regulator. Nothing is on in the truck so what else could this be?
Well if the battery is good when you leave it it must have a voltage draw you have to take off one of the leads off the battery and put a inline amp meter to see how much draw..then you use an amp meter a light or buzzer and you pull fuses till the amps go down the light goes out or the buzzer stops depending on what you used.. then you go from there ..your going to need a schematic of the electrical system to see exactly what is off that fuse...or leave it out if you can live without it..interior lights ect
Posted on Mar 30, 2014
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