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Battery keeps running down causing all panel instruments to go crazy

Could it be the Front electrical Module? Or maybe the altenator?

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First have a load test done on the battery to check for cell failure. Next have the alternator and regulator checked by an accredited auto electrician. Lastly check the electrical module for failure..

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there was a short in the wiring harness which was grounding out the altenator so i put in a new wiring harness and it works just fine now

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it might just be the factory alarm system

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SOURCE: My gas gauge has been

Well, considering that the fuel gauge is an electrical device, I would say that is most definitely an "electrical problem". The challenge is to locate where the elecrical problem originates from.

A ground circuit is defiately a possibility. The instrument cluster shares a common ground with many different components. The main ground for the IPC is at the rear of the right cylinder head. This ground is shared with the window motor circuits. Also there is a splice that is shared is is S246 and is located in the main instrument panel wiring harness approximately 37cm to the right from the steering column breakout.
-Or you could just have a bad instrument cluster. The printed circuits have been known to deterriorate and lose contact with certain components, including the fuel gauge.

Posted on May 10, 2011

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    3A Violet Violet — — —
    4A Pink Pink — — —
    5A Tan Tan — — —
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    10A Red Red — — —
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    37 15A* Horn
    38 20A* Trailer tow park lamps and backup lamps
    39 — Not used
    40 20A* Fuel pump
    41 10A* Instrument cluster
    42 15A* Delayed accessory
    43 10A* Fog lamps
    44 10A* PATS module, transceiver
    45 10A* Ignition switch Run/ Start feed
    46 10A* Left-hand lowbeam
    47 10A* Right-hand lowbeam
    48 10A* Rear wiper motor
    101 30A** Trailer tow electric brake
    102 30A** Door locks/Body security module
    103 50A** Ignition switch
    104 40A** Heated backlite
    105 30A** Injector driver module
    106 30A** Front wiper main
    107 40A** Front blower motor
    108 40A** Auxiliary blower motor
    109 30A** Heated seats
    110 50A** Ignition switch
    111 30A** 4WD/Shift on the fly
    112 30A** Left-hand power seats

    Roadside Emergencies
    Fuse/Relay
    Location
    Fuse Amp
    Rating
    Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel
    Description
    113 30A** Starter motor
    114 30A** Right-hand power seats
    115 20A** Trailer tow battery charge
    116 30A** Ignition switch
    601 30A CB Door window motors
    602 60A** 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Brake System
    (4WABS) module
    210 — Not used
    211 — Not used
    212 — Not used
    301 — Front blower motor relay
    302 — Powertrain (EEC) relay
    303 — Injector driver module relay (Diesel
    only)
    304 — Heated backlite relay
    305 — Trailer tow battery charge relay
    306 — Delayed accessory relay
    307 — Starter relay
    * Mini Fuses ** Maxi Fuses

    Jan 27, 2009 | 2002 Ford Excursion

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