Question about 2004 Ford Escape
Hi, Quang : Refer to your point 3) , the ECU or ECM for 2008 and 2004 Escape are different. My suggestion is to buy one correct regulator with WAI number F603. ( http://search.waiglobal.com/bomsearch/bomsearch.aspx?search=bom&part=8259N ), and exchange it with the regulator on Motorcraft GL979 . F603 is a regulator mounted on WAI alternator number 8259N ( http://search.waiglobal.com/vehiclelookup/partnum.aspx?part=8259N) . The alternator 8259N is applied for your car.
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
My guess is that you have no voltage from the alternator to the battery, what does the voltage read on the alternator when running? the ecm or ecu or whatever has no control over this, check the circuit from alt to batt and check ground also, either one will give you a headache
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