Be most suspicious of the battery itself or of the terminals.
Battery cables can become corroded inside the coating of the cable and may not be noticable from looking at it this corrison can run all the way to your starter. The cables are a cheap repair that can solve the problem. also your ground wire could be corroded
not sure but disconnecting and reconnecting the battery does the trick
As far as I know, all computers can be reset by simply disconnecting and reconnecting the battery.
normally disconnecting one of your battery terminals and reconnecting it will reset the trouble light.
Disconnecting Auto Battery Terminal ConnectorsYes, it is safe to disconnect a "car" battery while it's raining, IF you do it properly.When disconnecting a vehicle battery, raining or not, ALWAYS disconnect the NEGATIVE [--] terminal first, and when reconnecting, always connect the NEGATIVE terminal last.
There is a danger in disconnecting a cars battery if your wrench grounds while disconnecting the positive terminal while the ground is still attached. It is advisable to disconnect the negative terminal first. When reconnecting the battery ( or new one ) connect the positive cable first. Also be careful to get the polarity correct or you may damage electronic components.
If the noise is caused by a Mechanical problem, disconnecting the battery and reconnecting it will do NOTHING to fix the problem.
Try disconnecting your battery and reconnecting it this should reset the door.
You can reset a 1994 Mercedes S factory alarm by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery. When the battery is reconnected within 20 seconds turn the ignition on.Ê
turn the on the door twice disconnecting battery and reconnecting works when the alarm wont shut off and is ringing
The colder the battery, the less cranking power it will have.The colder the battery, the less cranking power it will have.
9 times out of 10 replacing the oxygen sensor will do the trick. Or, try disconnecting and reconnecting the battery.
Did you try disconnecting the positive battery terminal for a minute then reconnecting it? Soemtimes this will reset the computer and the light will go out.
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.
Yes. If you are impatient, you can reset it by disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes or longer then reconnecting it. You will also lose the presets on your radio. --Ken
with a scan tool or by disconnecting the battery.with a scan tool or by disconnecting the battery.
try disconnecting and reconnecting the battery to reset the alarm.
if the fault has been fixed, u can remove code by disconnecting battery for 5 minutes then reconnecting battery if fault has not been fixed, it will keep showing up until it is fixed
check battery and alternator
The airbag light in the 2003 GMC ENVOY can be reset by disconnecting the battery for about 5 minutes. Then reconnect the battery, turn the key to on without starting the vehicle, and pump the gas pedal three times if the light is still on after reconnecting the battery.
Never unhook the battery with the ignition turned on. There is always a little voltage spike that occurs when disconnecting or reconnecting the battery. If the ignition is on the computer will be powered up and that spike could "fry" the computer.
most of the time the indicator lights can be reset by disconnecting the positive battery terminal for 10-20 seconds before reconnecting it.
When the horn starts honking I reset the alarm system on my 1997 Jetta GT by disconnecting the battery cable and waiting a few monutes and then reconnecting the battery cable. You can also unlock the driver's door with the key and it should stop.
Sometime after fixing problems in the car, the warning lights will stay on. These can be removed by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery, or they can be cleared out using an OBDii scanner.
Try resetting the computer first, you do this by disconnecting the battery for 5 min and then reconnecting it. You may want to check the fuse for the 4 wheel drive first.
The quickest fix for electronic items is rebooting which is accomplished by turning them off and on again. The Renault Megane Scenic can be rebooted by disconnecting and reconnecting the battery. A mechanic will typically do this at no charge.