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Did you try to charge the battery. For printing the battery, needs enough power. If the camera senses there is not enough power to print one complete picture, it will shut down. Sometimes you could shoot 10 or 20 pictures, but you can't print one picture, for the lack of power.
The battery needs 12.6 volts or more to be in service When the engine is running you need 14 volts or more out of the alternator to charge the battery You can test the alt by testing across the battery term or the alt output wire & ground to case or motor Could be the diodes got fried & you need a new alt Have it tested at parts store, if you can't figure it out Check all fuses & fusible links first
Not a short. Either the circuit to the battery light is bad, or the fuseable link on the starter solenoid is toast. There is a 30 amp fuse in addition to the fuseable link, plus a 15 amp fuse on the circuit for the battery light. All of these circuits need to be tested.
sounds like a fuse. check them and get back to me. If the shop you took it too cannot figure it out they probably should not be a shop. i hope they didnt get you for a diag fee. Im going to locate a wire diagram to help you figure this out.....Also you said you put a new battery in the car, check that the battery terminals are clean and tight.
97% isn't that bad, it means that your battery is fully charged but not the whole way. That is bound to happen specially when youre using youre battery a lot. It will get a lot more lesser in the future the more you use youre battery.
The standard laptop battery starts losing the ability to hold a charge after 300 recharges or cycles. If you drain your battery almost completely at least once a month and then recharge it, it will last longer & hold a full charge longer.
To charge... you need to remove the seat. Only 2 screws holding it in place. Underneath you will see the battery...you will notice wires from the battery connect to wires from the motor on the wheels...pull apart those 2 connectors and attach the charger...then plug it in to a wall socket and leave connected for a long period of time. I don't remember how long it takes for a full charge...but I'm thinking at least 12 hours. If the battery doesn't hold a charge you can typically get it at walmart or online. Best of luck.