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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Ford Escape - Battery light
yup..it is the alternator. you don't normally repair alternators there right? it could be a diode problem or a regulator problem.
if you know how to replace the diode assembly in your alternator then you can try and also the IC regulator also could be the bad part.
you may want to check the simplest thing....the belt. if you have loose alternator belt then it could just be that one.( least of all cost )
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Posted on Sep 23, 2008
SOURCE: 1999 S10 battery light stays on
could have a loose wire did you check your alternators output voltage? if it's 13 to 14 drive it, as these have internally mounted voltage regulators
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
This is a very common problem with Fords. I have one that was doing this as well. What works for most people is pretty much what you have tried - spraying inside the latch all over with WD40 Until it's coming out the bottom of the door. If this fails to work, the switch probably needs replaced. The switch is located inside the door near the latch. It should be pretty easy to find once you have the door panel off. Look for the wires leading to it. A new switch is usually very inexpensive, but may have to be purchased through your local Ford dealer. If you're not comfortable taking the door panel off, a mechanic should be able to do this repair for you in less than an hour of shop time.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
i have a 2003 chevy silverado the riverse has not worked for 10.000 miles any sugesstionswhat this might be and or how much.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
There is an alternator fuse located on the positive battery clamp or in the fuse block under the hood. if it is part of the positive battery clamp it is a dealer only part and will run $10 to 20 dollars. If it is in the fuse block you should be able to get one at the auto store and modify it to slide in easily. Get a flash light and check all of your fuses carefully. The blown fuse may be hard to spot. The design of the car lets the battery go dead with out even turning on the charge light on the dash to let you know you are not charging the battery.
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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