advice on disconecting battery

pete59

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I have got to have my battery disconnected,for some welding to be done by the firm makeing and fitting my new quad exhaust system.once re connected,. will i have to get things reset,warning lights etc,i know the radio code will but is there likely to be anything else.many thanks pete.
 

HornelZ3M

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Nothing to worry about, perhaps the alarm under the bonnet will go off if you havent switched it off first usually with a small round key. Radio code may be needed. ;)
 

hard top

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Hi pete59, when my battery died, due to not using the car as at the time it was snowed in, the only problem I had was that my alarm stopped working.
Central locking works fine with the keys but the alarm does not recognize the remotes any more...... have still not sorted it as I have to remove the glove box to reset the alarm module. :(

HTH
 

pete59

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Thanks lads for advice,the alarm on my zed seems to just flash the hazards and no sound,never really understood it ,i only found that because i rocked the car when locked.
 

HornelZ3M

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That means your alarm is switched off under the bonnet. Depending on what car you have its to the right of the engine bay. at the back, should be a small plastic cover on it which lifts off to reveal the switch which the small round key goes into .
 

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