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Old 08-24-2011, 01:43   #1 (permalink)
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Question Battery lght stays on

Please help anyone? I have 1994 ford expl., XLT 4x4. 4 litre. The battery light is staying on and slowly discharging. I have already replaced the alternator with a new rebuilt one. The selonoid is good. Tried 3 different fully charged good batteries yet the battery light is staying on. Any ideas what can be going on? Please help as I am disabled and use this vehicle daily.
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Please help anyone? I have 1994 ford expl., XLT 4x4. 4 litre. The battery light is staying on and slowly discharging. I have already replaced the alternator with a new rebuilt one. The selonoid is good. Tried 3 different fully charged good batteries yet the battery light is staying on. Any ideas what can be going on? Please help as I am disabled and use this vehicle daily.
Hello and good day:

You may have a "Dead Ground", or a short somewhere, causing the battery nor to recharge.

Look for a broken, or loose wire.
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