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Actually its an 87 but still a bronco

Ok first let me tell you i replaced the starter and the battery and had the alternator checked three times and i passed all three times. after that it started and ran fine for about a day. now it wont start like the battery is dead but i can jump it but when i do i let it run for a while but if i shut it off it wont start again until i jump it. but if i let it run for a while about twenty min to be exact it will fade and die but while its fading i will hit the gas and it will start popping like and exhaust pop but from under the hood please help me

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  • James Cyrus Aug 24, 2008

    please send wiring diagram please

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Looks like you burnt the fuseable link from the alternator . you need to check the voltage at the back of the alternator on the red heavy wire with the battery fully charged and key off you should have battery volts at this terminal and if there is voltage you need to put a load on that wire with a 12 volt light bulb. . the bottom line is your charging system isnt working . so we need to find where it has lost its connection. let me know if this doesnt work and ill send a wiring diagram with directions.

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