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You didn't say if a battery was connected. The fault light tells you there is a problem with the battery. If no battery is connected and the fault light is lit then there is an internal fault with the charger.
The Check Engine tells you that something is wrong about
your ride. Get your ride check for error code and take necessary steps to
resolve the issue. Also you can post the error codes so that we can help you to
solve the issue. Battery light lit means that your battery needs to be charged
or the electrolyte in the battery is low. Also it can be possible that the
battery needs replacement. Last the oil light alerts you to change the engine
oil. The engine oil prevents the engine components from wearing due to friction
and suppresses the heat generation keeping the metal parts in proper working
This may simply be a matter of misinterpreting the low-battery indicator.
We use two different types of battery indicators:
Battery Level Indicator: This battery indicator is always visible, and has several segments. When all the segments are lit, the batteries are full. When only the last segment is lit, the batteries are almost exhausted.
Low Battery Indicator: This type is usually NOT visible. It only appears when the batteries are low, at which time it flashes on the display to warn you of a low battery condition.
Please note that when you turn on your radio it first performs a display test. Everything on the display will light up for a few seconds, including the Low Battery Indicator. This does not mean that the batteries are low. After a few seconds the display test will end, at which time the Low Battery Indicator should go away.
Its showing you the voltage out put for the charger if all power lights are lit and the chager is pluged in if batteries show only 2vlts then they are no good and the will not charge up thats why amp meter is on 0
Hi Please follow the bellow instruction… Open the front panel. Remove the toner and the drum. Remove the toner from the drum. On each side of the toner, there should be a little glass. Put the piece of duck tape on one of them. Put everything as it was. Turn on your printer. Now, the low toner light should be gone and the green light should be on. Now, you can empty your cartridge. If the Drum light is still lit after replacing the drum unit, the Drum counter may not be reset. Reset the Drum counter as follows: Open the front cover. Locate the control panel button under the LED lights on the left side. Pres the control panel button until all lights are lit, and then release it.
Light the panel at a very low pressure The panel not lighting is probabably the first pael to get gas and is not having the correct air /fuel ratio to burn. Make sure the igniror is properly positioned. The lit panel can ignite the raw gas expelled by the unlit and create a flash ignition . (explosion) The ceramics a very delicate and I would be reluctantant to advise on clean. You can blow it out with compressed air if available..
9 is not familiar to me. Call dealer service department and ask them what code means.
Here are codes for a 94 Aerostar. I don't have 91 Sable. Sorry.
Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Diagnostic Trouble Code Priority Table
Diagnostic Trouble Code
No Air Bag Indicator — Inoperative Indicator Circuit or No Battery Positive Voltage to Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor
Continuous Air Bag Indicator — Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Disconnected or Inoperative
Low Battery Voltage
Air Bag Module or RH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Circuit Shorted to Ground
LH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly
LH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Circuit Shorted to Battery Voltage
LH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Circuit Input Feed/Return Circuit Open
LH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Diagnostic Circuit Open or Low Resistance in Center Air Bag or Front Air Bag
Driver Side Air Bag Circuit High Resistance or Open
Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit High Resistance or Open
Driver Side Air Bag Circuit Low Resistance or Shorted
Passenger Side Air Bag Circuit Low Resistance or Shorted
Center Radiator and RH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Circuits High Resistance or Open
RH Cowl Side Panel Air Bag Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly
Center Air Bag Sensor Not Mounted to Vehicle Properly
Open Splice Center Air Bag Sensor Ground Monitor
Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Internal Thermal Fuse Blown and Short to Ground No Longer Exists
Backup Power Supply Voltage Boost Fault
Sensor Circuits Resistance to Ground or Internal Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Fault
Rapid Continuous Flashing of Air Bag Indicator
It depends - I'm not positive on the Hondas, but if the fuse is before the switch, it would indicate that the switch can draw power from the battery. However, if the fault is inside the switch, and the contacts internally are screwed up, it could mean that although the switch draws power from the battery, it cannot transfer it out through the proper wires down to the bulbs. It could still be the switch with an internal failure.