Why is battery light on after replacing battery?
Hereof, why is my battery light on with new battery and alternator?
The most common is, again, a loose connection either with the control plug (aka “relay” plug-in), charging line connection, or the ground. The other is a blown fuse or defective connector or relay, which could have been broken or shorted when the alternator was installed or on the first start-up after its installation.
Secondly, how do I turn my battery light off? If the battery light comes on while the engine is running and the vehicle is being driven, this indicates a problem with the charging system.
- Step 1: Turn off everything that draws power.
- Step 2: Stop the car.
- Step 1: Locate the battery, the fuse box and the alternator.
- Step 2: Inspect the battery.
Besides, is it safe to drive my car with the battery light on?
Driving with your Battery Light on is not a good idea. If the battery is bad, the alternator is faulty, or the wiring is bad, these can cause the vehicle to lose power and not operate like it normally would. The battery powers essential parts of your car, so it is a must have piece of equipment.
Can a bad fuse cause the battery light to come on?
Each vehicle comes with a battery light on the dashboard. This light works as a warning in case the battery has a problem. It could be a damaged alternator, corroded wires, fuses, or the battery itself. In such a case, the battery light will then go on.