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Old 05-22-2008, 01:01 PM
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We've got a 1999 F350 Diesel, the batteries keep going dead after about 4 days. We have checked for a draw-no draw.We have replaced the batteries 4 times-the last time with Ford batteries, we have replaced the glow plug relay. Any ideas?
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Are they going dead because of some sort of draw or do you mean dead as in dead. About all I can come up with right now is is the alt good, or some sort of draw like an interior light or something. My suggestion would be to do a search and see if you can come up with anything with that. Sorry I can't be of more help.
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Sounds like there is a problem somewhere. From what i have always read, check the grounds first. Poor ground has been known to cause problems like this.

After you figure out if you have a bad ground or not, then it can get tricky.

What have you all done for testing so far?
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what it sounds like your alternators not charging the batts and your batteries only have enough charge in them to stop and start the truck for 4 days. if thats not the case then theres gotta be a draw, any aftermarket components?
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Hey Dealership any headway on the problem.
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