Question about 1988 Ford Econoline
In order to start our Van that has 2 batteries and a switch that can turn each on separetly, both or none we have to jump start it. The lights work inside and out, radio, key buzzer, etc. It just needs a jump to start and won't hold the charge. It is also leaking some anitfreeze at the moment. Any ideas before we try replacing the batteries?
Check the charging system...if the alternator is not charging right then you can have that problem...
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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