Question about 1999 Ford Taurus
I had this issue with my 2002 Tahoe, I got lucky, started unplugging the easiest plugs first ( hoping i wouldn't have to get into the door panels) and when I unplugged the passenger seat under the rear of the seat, the short stopped. It was the one with a bulk of wires, I assume the two wire plug is probably the seat belt warning sensor. Either way, the motor worked but sounded as though it was binding. The short was occasional, but would wipe out the battery fast. Then, no problem for a few weeks. I'll be looking for any bare wires and hope for the best. Thanks everyone for your input. Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Apr 18, 2012
Helm.com, has factory wiring diagram manual. Have to buy it.
If you had a short, a fuse would open, and the circuit effecting your battery drain, would not be an issue.
You have a module not timing out or other electronic current drain,from a failed component.
You will find the issue,as you said, with a wiring schematic and proper trouble shooting
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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