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After charging my brand new battery on 2000 expedition I put into drive n all my power cuts down n battery dies?

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Need more info. So you put truck in gear and the engine stops??

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SOURCE: 2003 Expedition jerking/cutting out.

Had same problem: cutting out at low rpm, jerking, a huge clunk or shudder at higher speed (like transmission was going out), and rough idle. All these symptoms were intermittent.

CHECK THE FUEL FILTER!! Changed the fuel filter and thing runs fine!!

PS mine 2003 expedition has 105k

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SOURCE: 1991 Dodge Dakota 3.9L new altenator but won't stay charged

Double check all connections are clean & tight. You need to get a voltmeter and have the voltage tested at battery with engine off & running. Drive it to the Napa shop you bought the alternator from if necessary, they should perform test free of charge, as the possibility of a faulty one is not out of the question, provided all is connected properly. Did you check that a main fuse for alternator wasn't blown in Uunderhood power distribution box?

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SOURCE: 2003 cadillac cts - car dies while driving

hi it sounds like the acclerrator pump on carby when you first take off is this whot it dose .

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SOURCE: 2000 cougar breaking down

main alternator cable (from alt. to battery).... i beleive there was a recall on some vehicles

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SOURCE: 94 Jeep Grand Cherokee will not start

just had this happen on same type of car
drove me crazy for DAYS.. FOUND IT WAS JUST AN ALTERNATOR FUSE.!!! UNDER BLACK BOX BEHIND THE BATTERY
FIVE BUCKS AT ANY AUTO STORE...
THIS WAS AFTER SPENDING 120 ON A NEW BATTERY....
THATS ALL IT IS

Posted on Jul 24, 2012

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