Question about 2004 Ford Taurus
Posted by Anonymous on
Try cleaning the Battery case. I have seen this before and it is either a dirty battery or a leak in the battery. You can also check this out by removing the battery hold downs and putting a piece of cardboard under the battery or an old floormat. Its a temporary fix and a loose battery will slide around, but you will find that you can isolate the problem to this one area.
Some cars that age and produce an oil mist under the hood are susceptible to this. If this does not cure it, then you may have to use WD40 on the doorjam switches and in the Relay box. You main problem is how it goes away so quickly. It is going to be difficult to find an intermittent problem like this.
Please keep in touch. I would like to know what you eventually find out about this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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