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Bought a new battery and alternator, had a mechanic to replace and why does the battery light still comes on and off while driving? Thanks
I have a battery light ON in my Ford focus 2007 ST
4 months back, I changed the compressor because the clutch was not engaging.
Two days back I changed my tensioner and serpentine belt because my local mechanic told me that the belt was slipping and oil spilled on the belt because of the valve cover gasket leak. I replaced the gasket too.
I'm getting this battery light. So I replaced a new battery under warranty.
Now when I looked at the compressor clutch, it seems to engage and disengage intermittently. Alternator and battery is tested in autozone. The alternator is fine. They said the battery is not good. But it's a new battery.
There is a electrical issue problem, something related to alternator-compressor-battery circuit.
Starter was replaced with a new one and the same issue exist. Could this be the battery or a relay of some type? Thank you!
All three go on and off at together and at anytime, either if car is sitting or going down the road. I replaced the gem mod and had it reprogrammed but did not fix problem. Does anyone know what they have in common. Ford service tried to find the problem for 4 hours but could not.
When driving I sometimes use over drive and just today while driving the car it could shift it just kept racing so I took it off of o/d and it still did it all fluids are fine it cranks no engine light on any ideas?
What connects it the interior?
I've replaced the battery and it went off for about a week and then started turning off and on again. What's the problem?
When I park my car in my driveway the battery drains in a couple of hours. It's a very steep driveway. I have to jump it. Just recently I found that if I park in the yard where it is flat I have no problems. Move it back on the driveway and 2 hours later battery is dead. Ford dealership thinks I'm crazy
Car will start for few seconds than shuts off, where should o start?