2001 Taurus. Replaced battery, but three dashboard lights remain on aftercar is started The ABS light, the battery +/- light and the brakes light.

Asked by Feb 24, 2013 at 09:35 AM about the Ford Taurus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Have tried looking in Haynes manual wiring diagrams. Also, what is TCIL indicator on wiring diagram mean?

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TCIL is Transmission Control Indicator Light.. overdrive on/off...as for the others there is a brake or instrument cluster problem

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Check your owners manual. On my '08 Grand Marquis there is a special procedure that must be done when the battery is replaced or disconnected. On my car the owners manual says it won't idle correctly if the procedure isn't performed. Perhaps on your car it effects other systems if not done correctly. HTH. -Jim

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