Question about 1999 Ford Windstar
With the battery light on and at 14 volts I would suspect that the diode trio is going out and over charging the battery, first check that the battery has fluid in it all the way if it does then have it load tested at a battery shop like all state or sears or any parts store can do a load test for you. Just because it's putting out 14 volts does not mean it's putting out enough amperage, the light is giving you fair warning of an impending problem, have it checked at AutoZone or shucks it does not cost nothing and they can test the alternator output as well.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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