Why are you disconnecting the battery with the engine running? Never mind, you've probably already figured this out by now, but there's a good chance your alternator is fried and your spark plugs are running on battery power. Get your alternator checked out. New ones aren't that expensive (approx. $50) and can be changed by anyone handy with tools.
Sounds like the fan switch is fried. If it is stuck on high speed the blower relay may also be fried.
when the battery was disconnected on a 1996 kia sephia or deterrent system, why did the car stop working?
because it doesnt have any energy running through it
Yes, and disconnecting the battery while the engine is running can severely damage the computers
Disconnect the negative cable.
you must of recently disconnected your battery. make sure both terminals are tight. Drive around for a day and the problem should go away.
This is because each time the battery is disconnected, the computer in the car loses power. When the new battery is hooked up, the computer system needs to be reset to stop the lights from blinking.
Check for a vacuum leak or disconnected vacuum line
if the laptop battery over charged, the laptop battery will get hot, Seriously will damage the battery, but now most of the laptop battery have a overshoot protection, when the battery was full charged, it will stop charging automatic, so it won't worry about it
Check battery and cables
Many engines have an automatic shut off when the engine becomes too hot. Once the engine cools down it may also be equipped with an automatic startup.
Change the abs motor.
Nope, the beep is there to let you know that it is running out of battery power before it is too late. If the new battery is fully charged the beeping will stop.
The battery was week and stopped recharging. Check the date of the battery! The batt feeds some electricals directly...Flat batt could stop engine from running.
check you fuel pump relay
Will a Car Stop Running If the Battery is LowThe answer is yes and no. It depends on HOW low. The electrical computer(s) and ignition systems require a minimum voltage. What that voltage number is I don't know, and it probably varies with various models of vehicles and the amount of accessories on it.
you need a new alternator/belt
I am assuming that you have "automatic" seatbelts. If this is the case, you will most likely need to replace the entire offending unit. Until you can afford it, just look for the fuse (marked "Belts" on Fords) and remove it. That will stop the battery drain and will leave the belts functional from a safety standpoint as long as they are in the rear position.
Sometimes, with the vehicle running, you can remove the positive lead from the battery and the vehicle with either keep running or stop. If it stops that can mean the alternator is bad. This is not 100% accurate, depending on the type vehicle, etc.
A faulty relay or something is getting ground or power when and where it should not. check a wiring schematic and trace from the battery to the circuit protector to the switch to the load and to ground.
if your alternator is gone or going your car will start and then eventually just stop running because your battery has gone dead. it typically will not make any sound when your engine is not running because of a dead battery.
Alternator bad or wiring fault to alternator.