Question about Cars & Trucks
I suspect a resistive ground between negative battery post and chassis...If you have an ohmmeter and a wee bit of knowledge on its use perform the following test...Set meter to read X- 10...Engine off...Place one lead on the center of the negative battery post...The other on bare metal of fender...You must read close to zero ohms...while holding the lead on battery negative post place the other on bare metal of engine block...Must read close to zero ohms...If you read 500 to 2000 ohms you have located the fault...Run test and give results...saailer
Posted on May 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 Ford Explorer
had same problem when my rear wiper motor went out. I had to locate all the rear wiper motor fuses and take them out to stop it. Am now waiting to replace my wiper motor.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
You could have a bad connection somewhere. Possibly on the alternator. You also may have a bad ground somwhere. Hope this helps any
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
Check all your fuses if you had a system failure it could have blown a fuse. I am not sure on your vehicle where the fuse is in the car or under the hood it could also have a relay. You can check your alternator by checking the voltage at the back of the alternator where the big wire bolts on. You should have 14+ volts at the alternator.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Possible early signs of a water pump problem. A failing waterpump will circulate coolent when the RPMS are high but when you slow down, so does the waterpump, thereby causing overheating.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
the controls always click when you change the setting as it is electronic, don't panic, but you should ask your ex as he is well up in voyager' s and the back seat not folding down properly!!!!!
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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