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Old 12-01-2013, 09:40 AM   #1
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Ok guys I've checked the search bar. I've having some issues with the mustang: the starts and runs fine just a lot of the electronics aren't working lights won't come on brake lights don't work except the third brake light, windows don't go down, blinkers don't work but the hazard light stay on in the cluster but not in the exterior, traction stays off, radio turns on but no sound and the power seats work as well.
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Try the obvious first: disconnect the battery for a good ten mins and try her again. Other than that, maybe check all fuses.
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Yeah I tried the battery discount I'm thinking it has to do with the fuses. But all of em seem to alright from what I can tell
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Yeah I tried the battery discount I'm thinking it has to do with the fuses. But all of em seem to alright from what I can tell
Hmm, sounds like the same problem my brother was having in his '06. He had just bought it used from a dealership though so I believe after several trips back they finally fixed it with a new battery and new alt or something like that.
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Possibly the Smart Junction Box.
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Thanks guys. I'm starting with the fuses and going from there
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Hmm, sounds like the same problem my brother was having in his '06. He had just bought it used from a dealership though so I believe after several trips back they finally fixed it with a new battery and new alt or something like that.
Yea, I did forget about this. A bad battery will do this. Even if it tests good btw. How old is the battery? If more that 4 years, I would bight the bullet on a new one.
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Old 12-01-2013, 08:23 PM   #8
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i dont know how old the battery is. its the one that came with the car when i got it last summer
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I would replace it.
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Old 12-01-2013, 10:23 PM   #10
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I thinking about getting one of those lighter weight one awhile back to replace. You know if those are worth it?
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I would just get what is on sale. It's not like ur running a winch!
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True. Thanks for all the help!
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Anytime. Hope it cures her. Gl.
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We'll it turns out it's not the battery just replaced it. Now on to checking the fuses.
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Car issues

Well I checked everything I could and didnt find anything so I took It to my shop and they told me the BCM was fried...
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