1999 ford explorer battery won't stay charged

Asked by Jan 27, 2017 at 02:00 PM about the 1999 Ford Explorer 4 Dr XLS SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My ford explorer  1999 was squicking  like it
needed belt dressing my battery was running low I
got home it died no battery  if this is altanator how
much is that and where would you go to get it done

2 Answers

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$270 to $350 having a garage to do this. You'll have to find a automotive repair shop.

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Alternator? New about 150 bucks. New belt? About another 25. Time to change? About 10 minutes on a 99 V6. Got a friend who knows how to unbolt a couple of bolts on the top of the engine? Cook him a steak and save about 150 bucks on labor.

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