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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-27-10, 11:29 AM Thread Starter
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confused 1995 crown vic elegtric iss

i have a 1995 crown vic it had two alternators and new batterys it charges then stops then charges and stopp kills batterys dont know what the iss is plaeses help

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Re: 1995 crown vic elegtric iss

How do you know when it's charging or not? Have you checked the charge voltage at the battery?

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Re: 1995 crown vic elegtric iss

yes every thing was tested out fine
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Re: 1995 crown vic elegtric iss

You are going to have too check all ground locations /clean and reattact. Replace your main ground cable from the battery to the engine first..To see if this is a ground fault use booster cables and ground the body to the engine or add an extra new ground cable from engine too firewall. Post back if this works.
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Re: 1995 crown vic elegtric iss

will let you know thanks
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