Question about 1999 Ford Escort
Have you changed your plugs and wires?Does it die while driving or at idle
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Do you mean the battery loses power and then engine shuts down due to low electrical power? if so check your connections to the altenator again make sure they are pushed in all the way or tightened completely, then measure battery voltage with the engine running, it should be 13.5v to 14.5v if not it is not working, if this is the case I would return to where I bought it and show them it does not work and exchange it for a new one, just because it is new does not mean it works...hope this helps, let me know
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