Good advice fro previous post BUT,
These fords run a smart charge system
Which if I boil down everything it does to whats important to you,
the engine management computer controls if,when and how much the alternator charges the battery.
So getting your battery/alternator checked is good advice I would have to check the ECU with diagnostics for the charge pattern.
Your problem "could" be caused by a faulty coolant temperature sensor for example.
That might sound a little nuts but the ECU decides the charge rate on the CTS output.
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