I have replaced the battery and alternator in my truck however I am still not getting any juice to the battery it will run for 10 minutes and drain down and die what else could be the problem?

Asked by Jan 26, 2015 at 10:09 AM about the 1999 Ford Ranger XLT Extended Cab 4WD SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

new battery new alternator still
boggling down and dyingand still not
holding a charge

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is it a new or a reman alternator if it is a reman alternator than it could be bad

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Ck alternator plug in connector. Fuses also. Also rebuilt alternators are known for being crap so remove it and take it to where you bought it. Have them ck it in store (they should do that for free) and if its bad have them ck the one they replace it with b4 you leave the store. Again...esp. really cheap rebuilt alternators are notorious for being crap. Cheap for a reason. Iv'e had 4 in a row bad. Also maybe ck position alternator is in. Sounds crazy but Ford had a problem with that in the 90's. Had a 90 5.0 mustang kept frying alts. and bats. over and over. Turned out to be position affecting the connector plug. Just so much fun. Hope this helps.

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