I have 2006 ford focus and it shuts off

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Asked by Aug 08, 2014 at 08:07 PM about the 2006 Ford Focus ZX4 S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

you can be going down the road and its like the battery dies no gauges work the radio quits pull over and then it shuts off i have checked the alternator and it's putting out ......then it may go tow or three weeks and do it again ?

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Double check all battery connections. Loose or dirty connections can cause this sort of issue.

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they are in good condition just like a hour ago the car died on and i went back it started up and as i was coming home the lights quit and all the gauges .....but thank you for the help im just baffled

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with mine it started with the radio cutting out randomly and the gauges flickering back and forth. I've taken it in and no one knows why it does it or how to fix it.

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