Correct, a car will not start with a disconnected battery
No an airbag will not deploy if the battery is disconnected
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.
Not if key is off or battery is disconnected.Not if key is off or battery is disconnected.
Battery has been disconnected with in the last 50 starts.Battery has been disconnected with in the last 50 starts.
P1684 is battery disconnected in the last 50 starts.Check battery cables.P1684 is battery disconnected in the last 50 starts.Check battery cables.
No, the battery supplies the energy to run the car.
Is it safe to smoke around disconnected batteries
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.
12 : battery has been disconnected.55 : end of message.12 : battery has been disconnected.55 : end of message.
Possibly under the Engine itself in the back next to the firewall. You may have to take out the Battery and Battery Tray.
AnswerReconnect the battery!!
Pop the hood. Disconnect the negative battery cable, then the positive battery cable. If you disconnect the positive first you could possibly ground out the battery with your wrench causing a short. Once those have been disconnected the car should have no power. There is a battery tie down on top of the battery that holds it in place. On one side of the battery tie down there is a bolt threaded on to a long rod that continues down to the bottom of the battery. I believe that bolt is either an 8mm or 10mm. Once that bolt has been removed the battery tie down bar can be removed and there is a black plastic box that sits around the battery and that should lift right up. Once those pieces have been removed the battery is free to be removed. Follow the same steps in reverse to install a new battery. The main thing is that when putting the cables onto the new battery put the positive on first then the negative.
it should, doesn't matter if battery is disconnected for 10 minutes or whole day
WELL YOU MAY HAVE EITHER A BAD ALTERNATOR/CONECTION OR YOU ARE DISCONECTING THE NEGATIVE SIDE OF THE BATTERY FIRST. TRY DISCONECTING THE POSITIVE SIDE FIRST IT SHOULD THEN STAY ON.
Assuming you are referring to the starter solenoid, the easiest way to find it is by folowing the positive battery cable from the battery. The cable goes from the battery to the solenoid and then continues from the solenoid to the starter.
battery and or alternator are shot, check alternator by starting the car, and removing either the positive or negative battery cable,,, if the vehicle continues to run the alternator is good.
You dont and even after they are hooked back up the code would have most likely been erased after the battery was disconnected.
This would be an Electromagnet...... If the battery is disconnected, then the iron bar will become a permanent magnet.
The negative battery cable from the battery.
Always disconnect the negative cable first. When reconnecting both cables, connect the positive first. This will prevent any sparks or shorts.
No, it will not shut off. Overcharging because the voltage regulator is defective.
Anytime a battery cable is disconnected you have to reprogram the set radio stations
If the alternator is computer regulated it may not run with battery disconnected. The alt. may be good, but the wires to it are open/shorted.