Disconnect horns, disconnect battery, disconnect relay, disconnect fuse .........................................or repair problem.
ABSOLUTELY ! disconnect your negative battery cable , then your positive battery cable , and wait at least 2 minutes for the back up power supply to drain
Have the codes read, repair the cause, clear code with a scan tool or battery disconnect.Have the codes read, repair the cause, clear code with a scan tool or battery disconnect.
disconnect your battery for 45 secs and reconnect
Disconnect battery, if light comes back on you need to get the code read and repair the error.
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Be sure to consult a manual before attempting any kind of car repair, and be sure your car is fully off before you begin to remove the battery. Remove the rear seat cushion, as the battery is located underneat the passenger side of the rear seat. Disconnect the black negative battery cable by loosening it with a wrench. After the negative cable has been removed, disconnect the red positive cable in the same way. Disconnect the vent tube, and remove the battery.
No, this is a pretty easy repair, Make sure you disconnect the battery before removing the starter.
Before you mess with the ignition system check fuses to make sure that your assumption is correct. If it doens't work properly you have replace it. If you decided so before you start working around the wires you have disconnect the battery because of the safety bags. After that remove the panels plastic and metal one which are underneath the steering wheel. When you are done doing that you will be able to get access to ignition switch mounting screws. Remove all screws disconnect the wires. Connect wires in THE RIGHT PLACES to a new ifnition cylinder. Installation is reversed to removal.
check your wiring, if all your wiring is good then test your ignition relay, if its not the starter, not the battery, and not the wiring there's only one thing left. Good Luck with the repair
You need to repair the cause of the code that turned the light on. You can then reset the light with a scan tool or a battery disconnect.
disconnect the battery and then disconnect the wiring from the cooling fan. there are 4 screws( 8mm) that hold it on the radiator. be careful when removing it as not to damage the radiator. I found this information at www.autozone.com, under the repair info
You have to repair the cause of the computer turning the light on. Then you can turn the light off with a scan tool, or with a battery disconnect.
heres the procedure straight from the ford repair manualBattery CablesRemovalAll vehiclesDisconnect the battery ground cables. Disconnect the auxiliary ground cables.Disconnect the battery ground cableDisconnect the battery power cables. Disconnect the auxiliary ground cables.Disconnect the battery power cable.Disconnect the mass air flow (MAF) sensor electrical connectorDisconnect the positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) tube.Detach the air cleaner and secure to one sideDisconnect the ground cableDetach the battery cables from the retaining clipsDisconnect the starter motor solenoid electrical connectorDisconnect the engine ground cable. Raise and support the vehicle.Disconnect the starter motor electrical connectorsDisconnect the generator electrical connectorRemove the battery cables To install, reverse the removal procedure
Disconnect the negative battery cable for 5 minutes. Unless you repair the problem it will just come back on.
Disconnect the negative battery cable for 5 minutes. Note that the light will just come back on unless you repair the problem.
If the battery is damaged replace it. There is no way to repair that damage.
If it a 3L engine, the starter is located almost directly behind the front bumper... very easy access. Make sure you disconnect the battery because there is a direct line to the starter. Disconnect the power and ignition leads from the starter then remove the bolts... actually one of them is a nut. MAKE SURE YOU SUPPORT THE STARTER WHILE REMOVING THE LAST BOLT because it really hurts when it falls on your forehead.
take the car to a repair shop and have them put a battery tester on it. it may be the alternator or the battery the tester will tell
If it's stuck in defrost your battery died and messed up the computer. Disconnect battery for 5 or more min. My 96 cooled and heated ok but was stuck in defrost
With a scanner/code reader. But first you need to repair the reason the light came on.
My advice! Do not attempt this repair. Take it to a professional. Serious injury can occur. If you insist, make sure to disconnect the battery.
get under the hood disconnect the neg battery terminal connectiion,until repair can be made
BATT/ALT light on; ammeter shows no output; dim lights - start the vehicle and disconnect the battery; if the engine dies, the alternator is bad.
If you are talking about the anti-left lock you can just pop the hood and disconnect the battery cables and it should reset and everything will be fine.