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Electrical problem while driving, all of my warning lights, displays and bell started going off and now my battery is dead and the car will not start. 2002 corvette

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You need to remove you battery and give it a good charge out of the car and take it in to have checked
these are a gell battery and we have seen many problems with them shorting out.
also look around in you battery compartmanrt and make sure it wasnt leaking.
let me know what you find
paul

Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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