I have a 95 explore

Asked by Aug 26, 2015 at 12:27 AM about the 1995 Ford Explorer 4 Dr XL SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Needed a new starter on my truck got
it fix now there's more problems my
car battery won't stay charge
somethings draining it something is
being left on i was told i checked
several things an still dont Have a clue
would could it be

7 Answers


are you sure there is a draw...or is the battery load tested ok???

Im not sure its pretty complicated it started doing this after i had the new starter put in but im in need a new battery could that be it

Thanks 4 the responding

Do 95s have a brain (ECM). I remember my husband's old explorer pick up (80 something) started having ALL SORTS of problems (starter, carb, batt ) had worked on many times by Ford & ended up needing new brain. (Shoot...we were so fed up 1 time we were actually shooting at the letter O in the word Explorer in the bed of the truck from our kitchen table at our hunting camp) right now I'm having ECM issues w/ my 2001 Escape & batt won't keep chrg either. Maybe your ignition coils faulty causing issue with computer.have you had diagnostic done

Gosh that sucks im gonna get a diagnostic done sometime this week hopefully everything gos well


Have your alternator checked.

My Escape had diagnostic.Alternater good. Bad ECM.

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