Join Date: May 2000
Location: Palmer, Alaska
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If you know the alternator is good, and your batteries have been stress tested, my guess is that you have a bad ground somewhere. Follow the black leads of your batteries from top to where they connect and make sure there cracks or breaks in them, and the connection is solid. If you suspect anything, change them out. You may want to remove them and take a wire brush to both ends before re installing them. Another thing to do is check both fuse boxes (under dash and under hood)...look for any blown fuses, also check for any indication of electrical arching between fuses. I bought my '99 recently and the previous owner had installed six exterior lighting systems (all separately installed and not linked)as well as other things and the fuse box is really interesting now ;-) Hope those two things can help some...
'99 F350 XLT, SC, LB, 4x4, auto, 4.10 rear, 4" Stainless Steel MBRP turbo back exhaust, TYMAR air intake, EDGE CTS Programmer with electronic Gauges, SprayIn Liner, Bilstein Shocks, Red Head Steering Box.
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