When a vehicle's battery is removed, whether for service or replacement, more often than not, electrically-operated components have to be reset once power is restored. And this can affect more than just the radio and clock. Disconnecting the battery may also erase data from other components, such as the engine and/or transmission control module, for example.
Like all Autodata manuals sold by The Motor Bookstore, this guide is intended for professional mechanics as it provides coverage for a wide variety of cars, trucks and SUVs, both domestic and imported.
- Battery location
- How to disconect the battery
- Hood pulls and latches
From the Publisher:
Detailed knowledge of vehicle electronic systems is not required in order to make full use of this manual. With a basic knowledge and understanding of vehicle servicing operations, the replacement of batteries and the resetting of systems can be carried out using the minimum of specialized equipment.
Battery Access and Service Locations | Battery Disconnection Precautions | Power Windows, Locks and Sunroof Programming | Convenience Accessory Programming | Supplemental Restraint, ABS System Precautions | Engine and Body Control System Resetting
Subject: Automotive battery replacement and reset procedures, domestic and import cars, trucks, SUVs 2000-2011. UPC: 667325000643 | Autodata 11-500