Question about 2004 Suzuki Aerio
It sounds like you need to take your battery terminals off and clean your posts and terminals.Sometimes the simplest things can stop you in your tracks. The Autozone should have been able to tell you what the code meant. If your battery is going dead but your alternator and battery are good. Carefully check your fuses . not the regular ones , the block fuses . You could have an alternator fuse that is blown. Even though everything is working the juice just is not getting to the battery. The charge light on the dash may not tell you if the fuse is blown.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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