It's not battery acid, it's mostly condensation, just have it dripping towards the ground. Good Luck!!!
you may need to go to your local shop and if they are equiped with one get them to attach there scanner to the vehicle and clear the codes for you.
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I am not pregnant and i am not on birth control pill and have clear fluid coming from my nipple what can cause this symptom?
No, you can't clear codes on any vehicle by disconnecting the battery. Thet are stored in the ECM and are still there when you re-connect the battery.
disconnect battery for one mi.
Disconnect the battery and then reconnect.
They are coming when they want to come.Okay now it is clear.
Clear fluid coming from your nipple can be due to nipple stimulation, hormonal imbalance, or pregnancy. See your health care provider for an exam.
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Have the codes read, repair the cause, clear code with a scan tool or battery disconnect.Have the codes read, repair the cause, clear code with a scan tool or battery disconnect.
use a scanner, or unhook battery.
With a scan tool, or unhook the battery.
its called web
It's called discharge.
Could recognize it as a problem. Disconnect positive terminal for 30 seconds then reattach. This should clear the memory, hopefully eliminating the error message.
Not likely. The starter would have to stay engaged to drain the battery and that you would hear loud and clear. Check for any light that is on. Dome, glove box, trunk, back-up, under hood, etc. It can also be a stuck relay. Lastly it can be a dead cell in the battery which would require the battery be replaced. If the battery is over 3 years old or has been run down a couple of times it is more than likely your problem.
on the battery indicator, it shows the clock battery indicator with the man standing inside the house and he is clear colored. Is this good battery or low battery indicator.
Your question is not clear as to what you want to know, so I can only guess. You do not have to remove battery cables to charge the battery if that is what you are asking.
Did you remember to clear the codes from the computer? OBD II systems have the ability to retain trouble codes even if the battery is disconnected so you will need a code scanner to retrieve the codes to have them cleared out so the computer knows the problem has been addressed.
Disconect the battery for a few minutes!