I had a new battery installed, and now car will not move forward, and I have a yellow wrench light

Asked by Jan 07, 2014 at 12:55 PM about the Mercury Milan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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When they installed it did they use a battery saver?

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If they didn't use a battery saver you may have to have it towed to a dealership and have the ECM reset.

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yes, the young man plugged in what was supposed to be a battery saver, and I have had car towed in, and waiting on the ECM reset, and now technician is allowing this could take over 2 days to be done, I think I need another shop

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If this was taken to a dealer it would take no more than an hour to reset the system.

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Now if they are backed up they may not get to it for 2 days.

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