What you describe sounds like a bad battery since the car will run until you shut it off .It is possible that the alternator is not charging. Try this test, after a quick jump start when the battery is dead disconnect the positive battery cable, if the engine dies then the alternator is shot, if not then it is probably the battery. A better test is to put a voltmeter on the battery when running you should have about 14 or more volts, and when not it should read above 12 like 12.6. 12 or less is not good. A load test is the best. Take it to the parts store and they can test them both for free.
battery light indication means a dead battery or a dead alternater/regulater or a fault in the charging/ignition system
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Your battery could need replaced, your alternator or starter could be going bad. It is best to have a mechanic look at it if this bothers you or it continues.
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P1684 is battery disconnected in the last 50 starts.Check battery cables.P1684 is battery disconnected in the last 50 starts.Check battery cables.
Battery has been disconnected with in the last 50 starts.Battery has been disconnected with in the last 50 starts.
Start with the battery terminals and connections on the other ends of the battery wires. Check the battery itself as a loose plate in the battery could be heating up and shorting the battery for a moment causing the problem.
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I had this problem in my 1990 Ford F150. The battery cables were bad and weren't carrying the charge from the alternator to the battery
The battery "starts" the car...after that the alternator keeps the battery charged. They work together in other words.
You Probably Need a BatteryYour Battery is completely dead & needs replaced. Could be only problem if battery is old but if fairly new battery u might need an alternator. Take the battery to a parts store for testing. they normally don't charge for testing!
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That usually means your cables are loose and aren't making good contact. The clicking is the arcing of the spark. Tighten your battery cable ends completely and make sure they can't spin on the posts at all.
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check the battery
The ignition switch completes the circuit of electricity from the battery to the starter that actually turn the engine over and starts it.The ignition switch completes the circuit of electricity from the battery to the starter that actually turn the engine over and starts it.
Sounds like you are reversing the cables.
Remove the battery, wait for a few hours/days until it is completely dry then replace and see if it starts up, if not then send it off for repairs, check the warranty first!
If you are referring to an intermittent beeping that is the battery low alarm, there is about a week of life left in the unit. <<>> if the smoke is completely gone about 50 secs
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