RE: '96 Ford Taurus Wagon, 150,000 miles. I was told by a mechanic that my compressor clutch had frozen up, causing the compressor to go out and breaking the serpentine belt. As the car was high mileage, I agreed to replace the compressor with a rebuilt part as well as the belt, which would allow me to drive the car, minus AC. Now the battery is dead.A new battery will not hold a charge. The car did sit for a few weeks prior to the work being done. I am being told that something is now wrong with the electrical system. I would rather not invest a lot of money in a high mileage car. Any ideas? I would hate to trash the car as it seems to be in good condition otherwise.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007 AT 1:29 PM