If all you did was disconnect and reconnect the battery, it should function as normal. That is, assuming you disconnected the ground (negative) first when you took the battery out and reconnected the positive side first when replacing the battery. If you didn't, there's a possibility you toasted your ECM.
HEY BEEVIS....NOTHING will work after you disconnect the battery......DUHHHHH !!!!!
This was caused by a poor connection at the Battery. We disconnected and and reconnected the new battery and everything worked fine.
both of my autoseatbelts went out ,i disconnected the battery and reconnected and they worked .
I had a CD stuck in the CD player. When I had the battery changed, and the battery was disconnected for about 15 minutes then reconnected, I was able to eject the CD!
This happened to me just recently. Not sure why. To resolve I disconnected the battery for 15 minutes reconnected and problem resolved.
UR ALARM IS MALFUNCTIONING
Can you be more specific? Was your battery disconnected or did it lose it's charge? If you did not disconnect the computer, it would not need to be reconnected. If your battery was dead or disconnected, simply remove the positive battery cable for about 10 minutes and re-connect it. This should clear your code. Even if the code does not clear you should have no problems with the function of your car.
I have a 2006 Pontiac Solstice. I disconnected the battery terminal for about 45 minutes. When I reconnected it the light stayed off. Good luck
P1684 - Transmission - Battery Power To Module Disconnected if battery was disconected for a while or battery replaced, it can cause to set this DTC
Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery Leave it disconnected for an hour. (The amount of time it takes to replace the battery). Reconnect the negative terminal of the battery. This works because a transient (voltage spike, noise) is generated when the terminal is reconnected. This is not necessary when the battery is replaced because the negative terminal is normally the last connected. However, when a car's battery dies in storage for example and is recharged with disconnecting the battery, the car might not start because the computer is not running.
Correct, a car will not start with a disconnected battery
No an airbag will not deploy if the battery is disconnected
The alarm of a 2004 Honda Accord will go off when the battery is disconnected because it is part of the anti-theft systems programing. When the battery is reconnected the alarm automatically arms itself.
No, not from something pulling power from the battery. A battery that runs down with one cable disconnected has a dead cell and must be replaced.
Not if key is off or battery is disconnected.Not if key is off or battery is disconnected.
What is inside a battery ? Rocky_B - See my entry here for more things you might want to check: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_could_be_wrong_if_the_battery_light_stays_on_and_the_battery_still_runs_down_on_a_1996_windstar_after_installing_a_new_battery_and_alternator
P1684 , battery was disconnected in the last fifety starts. Not usually a code that is a problem.P0601, pcm internal failure. The engine computer needs replaced.P1684 , battery was disconnected in the last fifety starts. Not usually a code that is a problem.P0601, pcm internal failure. The engine computer needs replaced.
I have a vw polo 2000 that had ecu problems, so we disconnected the battery then the ecu from the car and left it for he day. The next morning we reconnected it and that reset it. hope it works for you too
I had this problem on a 94 Bonneville after we had fixed the brakes. After I disconnected the battery and reconnected the light went off and the dinging stopped. Not sure if this was related or just coincidence.
i had the same problem with mine i told a friend about it and he told me to try disconnected the battery for a couple of seconds i reconnected it hey presto it worked.
the bronco needs to have the ground wire connected from the battery to the body. if you replaced the battery and disconnected that ground it simply won't start.
this happened to me about a week ago. i guess its some kind of computer problem, i never really figured out why it did it, but I disconnected the battery (only the negative side) and left it that way for about 24 hrs and then when i reconnected the battery it started functioning correctly again.
Battery has been disconnected with in the last 50 starts.Battery has been disconnected with in the last 50 starts.
A person an change the starter on a 2002 GMC Sierra 1500 by disconnecting the battery and removing the retaining bolts on the starter. The original starter is then disconnected from the wiring and a new starter reconnected.