I have been told by a friend that if you install a casset in the radio and turn it on the radio will again work. I have been told that this procedure has been used many times to bring the radio back to life.
your voltage regulator is stuck ,if it's still factory equip , if not the diode in the alt. is bad.
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
you need to go to the dealer and get the factory code to reprogram it
I had this problem a month ago. After I disconnected the battery to clean it, the alam went off when it was reconnected. The owner manual said it would be turned off when the van is unlocked with the key or remote control. This did not work. If you have a valet switch (a small toggle switch under the dash) you place the key in ACC or ON and turn the switch to the opposite position. Hope that helps.
If your battery has been disconnected recently (and therefore your radio has been reset), you may find the code has reverted to the factory setting: 1111.
Update: I disconnected the battery, touched the connectors together, and reconnected it: now it's just displaying the time, whereas before it was displaying all but the volume bars (between the '-' and '+'). Argh! Please help. Also, the red "alarm" LED isn't blinking... never has. Maybe my buttons are broken? Maybe the guys at the dealer Armor-All'd inside the face?
Tried the suggested key tricksy with no joy. Disconnected battery cable for 10 min. After re connect, all back to normal
There is nothing to reset. You already reset the PCM back to factory settings when you disconnected the battery to replace it. Now you must drive the vehicle normally so it will relearn your driving habits, conditions you drive under, climate, etc.
It is under the hood near the battery. If you pull the battery out and look at the inside corner, you'll see the starter relay. The top lug is the input from the keyswitch (and transmission safety switch, etc). The lug closest to the headlight is the input from the battery, and also has ring terminals that feed the rest of the electrical systems (yellow wires). The lug closest to the passenger door is the output to the solenoid. From the factory, there is a funky Y-shaped boot that connects the two lower terminals (battery positive and solenoid coil) that attach to that relay.
This does come with a factory amplifier for the sound system. Sometimes it comes disconnected and needs to be reattached.
The factory alarm is part of the engine and body computers, it can not be disconnected.
The factory alarm is an integral part of the engine and body computers. It can not be disconnected.
This happens to my 1999 Toyota Corolla's factory CD player from time to time. I just unplug the battery for about a minute, reconnected it, and then pressed the "eject" button (without turning the car on, or even inserting the key). Works every time! Good luck! :-) This also works on a 2003 Avalon with a factory CD player and stuck CD. However, instead of disconnecting the battery, I just pulled out the "radio" fuse, which disconnects power from the unit with less hassle. Works beautifully!
A lithium ion battery installed at the factory that cannot be replaced by the user.
a good light weight factory type battery would be the mini cooper battery or the CSL m3 battery
The battery is located on the right side of the vehicle in the trunk. To view it, remove the right side panel where the factory tools are kept. Simply turn the black knob and pop out the plastic insert. Once you have exposed the battery, you will need a screwdriver and socket wrench to remove the arm bar and the battery terminals. Remove the negative terminal first. If you have navigation, your best bet is to have a certified tech do it for you. The computer has to be reprogramed after installation. After serious consideration, I decided not to replace the battery myself.
make sure you did not depress the hazzard switch. the hazzards can still operate with the enging off. any accessory 12volt sys will eventually depletes battery. second guess factory alarms sometimes need resetting after battery was disconnected. check your manual and look for reset. may involve ing. key
Reset Factory Settings for Nintendo DS1. Take the Battery out and wait 45 seconds or longer and then reinstall the battery. 2. Turn the DS over and remove the small screws holding the battery access cover3. Remove the battery
Remove the fuse. There is no fuse for the alarm. It would have to be disconnected from under the hood. see your local Chrysler dealer. The factory alarm is an integral part of the engine and body computers. It can not be disconnected.
Never heard of a factory amp. If you're talking about the fusible link, it is located between the battery and the ignition switch, or the battery and the fuse panel or distribution box. If you are talking about the primary battery fuses, they are located next to the battery, just remove the cover.
It is called a 58 group size battery, this is a reliable answer for the fact that I own one and I work at a car battery factory.
From the factory it only had 1 battery. So if you have more than 1 it was installed later and could be mounted anywhere.From the factory it only had 1 battery. So if you have more than 1 it was installed later and could be mounted anywhere.
It was factory equipped with a group 34 battery with 600 cold cranking amps
The battery will always be the same size but the length of time it lasts can vary. If you battery runs out on you and is not lasting shorter than it did from factory then you may need a longer lasting battery.
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