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Battery disconnected about 1 year..reset something?

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My batteries have been disconnected for about a year.  Anything special I have to do before I can start it?

 

Neighbor up the way asked if I had my beast running yet.  Batteries have been disconnected so long of time he thinks I need to adjust or reset something before I can start it or run right?   I asked him what the something was and I think he said APS or ATS?  

Guess I screwed up again...what do I need to do.  

 

Thanks

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Now that I thought a moment. I done a VP44 replacement for a local gent. The truck sat for over 1 year and the batteries disconnected for the whole time. When I hook the batteries up after the replacement the error codes were still present.  So I know that ECM / PCM wise the information will never be lost due to lack of power.  I'm going to bet that you made a better connection on the batteries that dealt with the issue.

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42 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Now that I thought a moment. I done a VP44 replacement for a local gent. The truck sat for over 1 year and the batteries disconnected for the whole time. When I hook the batteries up after the replacement the error codes were still present.  So I know that ECM / PCM wise the information will never be lost due to lack of power.  I'm going to bet that you made a better connection on the batteries that dealt with the issue.

 

Batteries haven't made better connection yet.  Neighbor was just trying to give me a "heads up".  He works for a bus company or school bus place I think.   But I'm still routing hoses and playing around where fuel gauge is going to branch off at.   Hard to believe it's been a year with batteries unhooked.  

Thanks

 

1 hour ago, Me78569 said:

Apps will need to be reset.
 

 

 

Thanks, printed the article out and is laying on tailgate.

 

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