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2005-05-13 19:50:57
2005-05-13 19:50:57

Defective, corroded, or loose battery cable.


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The security light comes on after you changed the keys in the ignition from the off position to the on position as a confirmation that the electrical components in the dash board are working. It is nothing to be concerned about.

Nothing, the battery did it's only job by cranking the vehicle. Now it is up to the alternator to keep all electrical working while the car is in operation.

the battery will not charge.eventually when battery is flat the car will not run either as both battery and alternator ,togeher complete the electrical circuit

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The battery is only a storage device. The alternator replaces the electrical energy that the battery uses every time you start the engine and every time you turn on an electrical device in the car. If the alternator isn't working or isn't working properly, the battery will eventually discharge. Answer if the alternator is in fact working but you have let the battery run empty, simply getting a jump start might not allow the battery to charge sufficiently once you start driving again. you have to charge the battery up a sufficient amount or the battery will just run out again.

It could be the electrical unit in the car or just that the battery is low that's messing with the ac.

it stops working until it gets changed again. but if its a hybrid then the petrol kicks in

If nothing on the dash (instrument cluster) is working, I would suspect the electrical plug in back is disconnected.

The phone is probaly already shorted out and nonfunctional, changing the battery would likely do nothing as the damage is already done.

I do have a 2000 S 430 Benz and there is an electrical short that affect kill my battery and the suspension!

I had to take mine to the local Chevy dealer to get the code to reset the radio after the battery was changed. I was charged $40 by them to do this.

when working you must have knocked wire loose for battery termial. i changed the battery ends on my zx2 and missed one wire and spedometer stopped working. found the wire hooked it back up and has never failed since. i hope this helps you with your problem.

That's usually a low battery or a dirty battery terminal. Check the terminal first, see if it's corroded or loose. Next, understand that the battery is simply an electrical storage device. The battery can be bad or the alternator can fail and the battery will not have enough stored electrical energy. Before just replacing a battery, always check the charging system to make sure it's working properly before assuming that a battery has failed.

Make sure the mouse is plugged in and or/ has a working battery if it is wireless, if nothing works get a new one.

If you have nothing on, as in, radio, lights, etc, you can easily drive 20 miles on a fully charged battery. If you have your lights on then maybe 10 miles. It really depends on how good the battery is.

Can be a dead battery, defective starter, loose or corroded battery connection, or blown main fuse. If nothing comes on when you turn on the ignition switch and your interior lights are not working it is not the starter.

Check to see if the alternator is working Connect a voltmeter to battery: Without engine running reading should be about 12.8 With engine running reading should be 13.8-14.2 If not bad alternator

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Most likely, your battery is low, and it may be low for one or more reasons: Altinator not working, an electrical short that may be draining the battery, etc.

A battery is only an electrical storage device. If the battery is faulty it will not be able to store electrical energy. On the other hand, if the battery is ok, it could be discharged because the alternator cannot create sufficient energy to keep the battery charged. If you are able to charge the battery the problem is in the alternator or an electrical connection. If you can't charge the battery, go ahead and change it. However, replacing a good battery will only make the vehicle run briefly. If the charging system isn't working a new battery won't solve the problem.

Have you verified that the replacment alternator is working? Test both the alternator and the battery. If a battery is allowed to go completely dead and then it sits for a few days it will "sulphate", meaning that the lead plates turn to lead sulphate, making them unable to hold a charge.

Borrow a freinds charger or something, then you will be able to tell if it is the chrager that ain't working

They typically last about 100 deep cycles or so for me. You probably noticed the battery not lasting quite as long at first and then poof, nothing. At best I get two years.

The circuit is simple .... headlamp bulbs to relay to fuses to switch .... ttroubleshoot those items and you'll find the glitch

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