Mechanics

ELECTRICALLY NOTHING WORKS EXCEPT

1993 Ford Bronco

Electrical problem
1993 Ford Bronco V8 Four Wheel Drive Automatic 243500 miles

This vehicle is not a daily driver. It is all stock and has no radio. Has a Code Alarm Pro 3000 car alarm. About 1 month ago battery was dead. Replaced battery started right up. Next week I started it up idled it for about 10 minutes. The following week would only crank but not start. Last week battery dead. Charged it up wouldnt start. This time I try to roll down windows, turn on lights and hazards and realize nothing electrical works except Horn and Starter. Could it be a GROUND Problem? If it helps this vehicle has an extreme rust problem. Or is there a main fuse or something? Debating on whether to take it to dealer or local shop. Local shop $30 an hour cheaper then Ford. But Ford specializes in Ford and may be able to fix it quicker or diagnose it better. Any ideas and suggestions appreciated Thank You.

Ken
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Hazmat ken
October 7, 2009.




Well I would say it is eather a ground problem or a fuse or relay issure, unless the alarm is causing a problem. Now as far as taking it to the shop that depends on how comfortable you are with doing some tests and check wiring and such. I can do my best to walk you through as much of it as I can but it ultimatly up to you and weather or not you feel comfortable with it. Get back to me with what you would like to do and we will take it from there. I am willing to look through the wiring diagrams and such to help but I will need to know which V8 and it is a 351w is it cal emissions or not (this is on the underhood sticker on the top of the air box).

Racefan966
Oct 7, 2009.


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