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2001 Ford Ranger Edge Reg Cab 3.0L

2001 Ford Ranger
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Rear Wheel Drive, Reg Cab 6' Styleside
17 mpg city / 22 mpg hwy
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December 3, 2012, 10:51 am

Dale S
 

Question: electrical/short

I have a 2001 ford ranger. there is a .210 milli amp draw on the battery.I have pulled the fuse in the fuse box to better locate the problem. I found it to be under # 26 fuse in the side fuse box This pertains too turn signsl dome lite speeddomitter,door locks windshiel washers on dome lite. If I pull the relays on each one of these circuits it does not make any difference. What should I try next?


December 8, 2012, 12:48 pm

Elizabeth K
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Do you have a wiring diagram? If not, you'll want to get one--you can try to hunt one down on the web, or buy an aftermarket repair manual.

Fuse 26 has 2 other components in the circuit, the GEM (general electronic module) and the the battery saver relay. Have you disconnected these?


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