there might be a code, if there is don't try random numbers because if its like some of the Chevy radios it will completely lock you out from using it after only a few trys. look in the owners manual for any codes written down maybe on the pages about the radio. if you cant find one try going to your local car audio shop and ask them to check it out.if its not a code maybe something blew a fuse or smething when you charged the battery.
I'm taking a wild guess that you had the battery replaced, or unhooked the battery. Simple fix for this though if it is just the security going off from the battery being unhooked. Take the key, original key that is programmed to the car, close the driver door, then lock and unlock the door a total of 3 times. after the third time, get in, close the door, and start it up. if it doesn't work you may have to contact your local dealer for more advise.
Fully charge your battery then take off cables. If still charged after sitting unhooked overnight, then you have a short somewhere and need to take to an electrician. If the battery is dead after sitting unhooked, buy a new battery.
If you connect the terminals together with them unhooked from the battery and the engine off, yes that is also called a capacitive discharge.If you connect the terminals together with them unhooked from the battery and the engine off, yes that is also called a capacitive discharge.
No, but it should be unhooked for safety reasons while doing the repair.
check the starter
The computers reset themselves when the battery is unhooked.
The battery is inside the left front fender, in front of the tire on a 1998 Plymouth Breeze.
i unhooked the battery...(both terminals)
Had issue when I changed alternator, and unhooked battery. Had to take to inspection center and have codes cleared. Tech says when battery is unhooked, codes will be saved until cleared with device. Maybe just bull, but it has been 2 weeks, and no engine light.
Disconnect the vehicles battery. Leave it unhooked for several hours. Reconnect the battery. This should reset the 1989 cougars computer.
tery must be unhooked for at least 20 minutes to allow air bag time to discharge then reconnect new battery
This (not the '57 in the photo above) was my first car. The 1967 Plymouth Fury III with the Mopar 318 requires a 800-810 CCA battery.
It is behind the battery.
You have to remove the drive side tire and the wheel cover to get to the battery.
On a computer controlled car, the computer needs the battery to for voltage regulation. With the battery unhooked, it may shut off. That is not an indication of an actual problem. The proper way to check the alternator is with a voltmeter.
The battery on a Plymouth Breeze is on the driver's side of the engine compartment. It is almost all the way back to the firewall between the motor and the driver's side fender wall.
The computer (brain) should reset itself to factory defaults. Leave it unhooked for an hour or two.
The computer could have become confused. disconnect the battery from the vehicle. Leave it unhooked for several hours. Reconnect the battery. This should reset the computer, and hopefully solve the problem.
The battery is located under the driver side wheel well.
Alternator is not charging the battery
Did it run before you swapped batteries or did you guess it was a bad battery. Did you have the old battery tested? If it ran before you swapped batteries then i would say you left something unhooked or the battery terminals are cruddy and need cleaned
A Plmouth Neon uses a 12 volt battery.
The battery is under the front fender of a breeze have to take driver side tire off and inside fender out ,then you will see the battery.
The under hood fuse box is next to the battery on a 1997 Plymouth Voyager.