2011 ford edge. Won't start displaying battery in charging mode off.

Asked by Apr 28, 2017 at 05:01 PM about the 2011 Ford Edge Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ford edge won't start, battery is fine jump it and
starts.  I let it run for 20 minutes it will start . The
next day it won't start. The radio display says
charging system off. Any ideas

4 Answers

1,115

Does it really say charging system off in those exact words Or does it say battery saver mode

Battery savor mode off. Please turn ignition on or off.

1,115

That usually indicate the battery needs to be replaced and the (BMS) battery monitor system needs to be reset using a scan tool. If battery is replaced and BMS not reset you will have the same concern. Also if the red battery light is on while the car is running that would indicate the altanator is not charging.

Themmmml you so much. I'll try this

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