Check to see if the alternator is working Connect a voltmeter to battery: Without engine running reading should be about 12.8 With engine running reading should be 13.8-14.2 If not bad alternator
It is important to pay attention to the warning lights on the dashboard. The Battery warning light turns on when there the battery of a car is having a problem.
The battery warning light illuminates when the battery isn't being charged , get it checked out to find the problem and then repair.
There are several warning light on the instrument panel. There is a high water temperature light. There is a low battery charge light. There is a low oil warning light.
The light next to the battery warning light is the fuel injection system warning light. If it comes on and goes off after a short while it should be ok but if it stays on for longer than 5-10 minutes then get it checked out.
The low air warning light is in indication the air compressor is not working or can't keep up with replenishing the air system. The red battery warning light is an indication the battery is not charging properly.
Reset the battery
The Ford Freestar several warning lights. The red water warning light indicates the cooling system is overheating. The red battery warning light indicates the charging system is malfunctioning.
When a car is being inspected, it cannot have the airbag light on. The light can be reset by an OBDii scanner, that will clear the code causing the problem or by disconnecting the battery for 30+ minutes.
If your battery is not charging properly the charging system warning light ( located just to the right of the " F " on your fuel gauge ) will light up . It is the picture of a battery
When the battery light is on. That means your charging system isn't working. You should have your system check. It will drain your battery.
The red water level warning light is an indication the cooling system is overheating. The red battery warning light is an indication the charging system is malfunctioning.
Very confusing question. I assume you mean what light comes on when the batteries is defective. If that is the case then the red battery warning or charging system warning light may come on. And then again the light may not come on at all. The light is there to warn you about a problem with the charging system and not necessarily with the battery.
Most of the light on the dashboard are Warning Lights; different warning lights that might flash up on the dashboard. Some of the more common warning lights are shown below. 1 = Oil pressure warning light 2 = Battery charge warning light 3 = Brake system warning light 4 = Engine warning light
There is no reset for the battery (charging system) warning light. It is on because there is a problem. Once you repair the problem the light will go out. More than likely the alternator has failed.
Unsurprisingly, it's indicative of a battery fault.
Usually a lightning bolt or a picture of a battery
Don't ignore the light. It's telling you to have the brakes inspected.
The red water warning light is an indication your engine is overheating. The red battery warning light is an indication that the charging system is not working properly.
This light is warning you that there may be a problem with your battery. Have it checked.
the warning lights comes on indicating that the timing belt needs to be changed. even once the timing belt is changed, the warning light will stay on until is it reset.
Your alternator is defective and not recharging the battery. Have the alternator checked.
There is a battery light above the engine temperature gauge
unplug your car battery
The alternator switches off
The check engine and other dash warning lights can be reset by disconnecting the vehicles battery for more then 5 minutes. If warning light continues after reconnecting battery then there is still a problem.