2004 Lincoln navigator

Asked by MsVcm Dec 26, 2016 at 08:50 AM about the 2004 Lincoln Navigator

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2004 Lincoln Navigator. It keeps dying over night. I
have replaced the alternator and the battery. What can be
the issue?

4 Answers

Have you found the reason for this yet? I have the same issue...*following

This is the answer I received... Tom 15 minutes ago Best Answer I would venture to say there is an electrical draw from those components not working, draining the battery, so yes. Have a shop test the wiring circuits to find the draw, and you will have a freshly charged battery and working heaters/wipers again.


My son had to replace the fuse box and car started working again

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My problem was resolved. Not sure if @MsVcm is. I had to replace the wiring going to the rear window wiper. It was drawing power from the battery even when it wasn't running (overnight). It is fixed and running awesome. My seater heaters are something different. The mechanic told me the issue, but I forgot. I can live w/o the seater heaters so I didn't get that fixed but it had nothing to do with why my Navi would not start.

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