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I just bought a fisker about two weeks ago from souther california so far I love the car. The VIN# IS YH4K14AA1CA000582, I wanted to know if the car has the lastest update software and sometimes my check engine light comes on when the battery goes low and the cel stays on. can any one help please.
 

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Suggest you get the car scanned with an OBDII scanner. Most repair facilities have them and most don't charge to read the code. Or better yet take it to a Fisker dealer if you can. If you have a bad battery module, Fisker can iD which one it is.
 

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I had the car scanned by my mechanic with a OBDII and the codes that is got was POA7B battery energy control module MIL Illumination and P1B51 manufacturer Specific code. He cleared the code and the check engine light went away. How much is the battery module?? Is the car still safe to drive?? Thanks
 

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P0A7B is the catch-all code that the Battery sends to have the check engine light turned on. This code comes up when there are other battery codes stored in memory. You'll need the Fisker Diag Tool to scan further.
 

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I had the car scanned by my mechanic with a OBDII and the codes that is got was POA7B battery energy control module MIL Illumination and P1B51 manufacturer Specific code. He cleared the code and the check engine light went away. How much is the battery module?? Is the car still safe to drive?? Thanks
If you can get the code read and it turns out to be a possable bad module in the HV battery shoot me a PM I can help you with that .
 

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Don't forget to check your 12 Volt battery located in the passenger fender well. With you car a couple years old, lack of use, and heat will kill it fast. It powers the gas engine start, ECM and OBD functions. If it hasn't been on a tender or tested you should check it. I keep mine a battery tender to keep it topped off.
 
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