Question about 2006 Ford Focus
Sounds like the voltage regulator is malfunctioning.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
This is definitely something to do with one of three items in your charging sequence: your battery, your alternator, or the voltage regulator. You can go to places like Advance Auto and have the system tested, as well as getting the replacement parts- depending on the component that is going faulty, it could be simple (replace the battery, terminals, something along those lines) to replacing the voltage regulator or alternator- alternators are pretty simple to replace- you would need the manual (Haynes or other car repair guide) and the appropriate tools- this would save you ~ 100 for labor, but would cost about 90+ for the parts
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Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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