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Instrument panel warning :: Engine block :: electrical?

E200. Battery died. AA jump started the car. New battery installed. Now the "engine block" waring light stays lit up on the instrument panel. Wasnt there previously.

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You have to clear all the codes first, your vehicle stored fault even when the battery was replaced it created trouble codes. have it reseted and see if it comes back on.
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