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Old 02-05-2013, 12:15   #1 (permalink)
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I am curious about this now. my local ford dealer told me that why the battery drains on the fords is because of the ford solenoid on the starter . now the other dealer said it was the theft system, im confused. again!
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I've been driving the E series for many years now, I'm presently in an 11 that does drain the battery, but we've narrowed it down to aftermarket additions. Never had a problem with a Ford starting in the cold. Had Chevys give me grief in the cold, but never a Ford. Call me cynical, but I'd question the dealership over the truck, unless you know their reliability.
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I've been driving the E series for many years now, I'm presently in an 11 that does drain the battery, but we've narrowed it down to aftermarket additions. Never had a problem with a Ford starting in the cold. Had Chevys give me grief in the cold, but never a Ford. Call me cynical, but I'd question the dealership over the truck, unless you know their reliability.
Yeah i know. ill have to look into it myself. i think it's something simple. im just not seeing it, thanks
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Hello David:

IF such an inherent design problem existed (I've never heard of it), it would have been the subject of a recall.

You can put your confusion to rest with a more knowledgeable dealer.
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