Question about 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2WD
Called dealer and he said if I drove 8 miles it would reset and if not then I would have to put it on their computer which starts at $50.00.
First, you need to determine why the battery went dead...put a volt meter across the battery terminals and verify that it is making above 13v and less than 14v while running. Also, the alternator is designed to maintain the state of charge in a battery, it will never fully charge it. To avoid overtaxing the alternator and shortening the live of the battery, always re-charge with a battery charger after needing a jump.
(doing this about every two/three months will extend life of battery...makes up for time spent listening to radio etc with engine off)
Posted on May 21, 2009
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