I had same issue but it affected power locks and security alarm. It was a control module that was malfunctioning and not shuting down when the car was turned off. I replaced the module and reprogramed it and has been working fine for last 2 years. dealer will charge ~$500 and depending on what model the module may be around $200.
Disconnect positive battery cable and step on the brake the after 10 mins reconnect the battery cable andthe computer will be reset
In the Underhood Fuseblock located in the Engine Compartment, just beside the Battery...
the battery is a part of the vehicle as is the engine.
Use an OBD scan tool to reset or disconnect the battery
Disconnect the red terminal on battery and let it sit for 15-30 minutes, reconnect the battery and check engine light should be off because the computer has been reset.
There is no battery in a 400 engine.
I am currently having the same issue. First unhook the battery completely. Then you need to find where the wires on the starter are connected to the battery. Detach the wires from the starter that go to the battery. Once you have the starter wires completely detached from battery you can start removal of starter from engine block.
it depens on the quality of the battery and the vehicle wont start after aproximaly 30 minutes
FIRST TAKE OFF THE ENGINE BRACE ON THAT SIDE, IT'S THREE BOLTS. SECOND DETACH THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE TERMINAL'S FROM THE BATTERY, BE CAREFUL NOT TO TOUCH. THIRD GRAB THE BATTERY AND PULL UP AND OUT. YOU MAY HAVE TO TWIST AND TURN IT A BIT TO GET IT OUT
The engine is clicking with all of the interior lights on? Dead battery... and for future reference... if there is no clicking= really dead battery and it might not recharge. In that case check the alternator, if the alternator is still good, just buy a new battery. If the battery continues to fail to recharge get a new alternator.
a weak battery will not cause an engine vibration.
Charge engine from battery? Rephrase your question as it makes no sense.
It means your alternator (generator) is not charging the battery while the engine is running.
By running the engine on the vehicle or by connecting the battery to a 12 volt battery charger.
If the battery turns the engine over as it should then the battery is good.
Yes, the battery starts the engine, and as long as the battery is fully charged the engine will start. The battery will loose it's charge if the alternator is defective and not replenishing the charge of the battery but the alternator has nothing to do with starting the engine.
It shouldn't. When the engine is running, electricity is supplied by the alternator, not the battery. If the engine dies when the battery is disconnected, the battery and/or some related part (such as the voltage regulator) is bad.
The engine computer is behind the battery.The engine computer is behind the battery.
Take the + side of the battery terminal off for 15min.
The Battery? No, not typically the battery. That means that the alternator is not charging the battery and IF the engine is running, it's getting all of it's electrical energy from the battery. It means that once the battery charge is depleted, the engine won't run again until you recharge the battery.
No, the alternator recharges the battery. Of course the alternator is turned by the engine.
If you are talking about a car engine and battery then it is not the battery that is clicking. It is in all probability the solenoid.
No , for the battery to be charged the engine must be running . This means that your alternator , if it's functioning properly , is charging the car's battery as the engine is on/running .
On top of the engine, under the battery. You need to remove the battery and battery tray to get to it.
If your engine is running , and the battery light comes on , that indicates that your battery is not being charged