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Help, car electrical problem

Raze96

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I have a 2005 holden executive

I had a problem where my alternator charging cable had broken off, since then I grabbed a battery cable and just ran a like straight for the alternator to the battery and that fixed my problems.

Couple weeks later I'm now in my work carpark with a dead battery and a error code as reads


C0800
Raw code: 4800
ECU: ABS/EBCM/ESC
Status: History DTC
Holden: Device power #1 (low current #1) circuit malfunction; Device Power 1 Circuit Voltage Below Threshold; Device Power 1 Circuit Voltage Above Threshold; Device Power 1 Circuit High Resistance; Control Module Power Circuit High Input
General Electrical Failures

Can anyone make sense of this?
 

degeneration

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That's a normal computer reaction to a dead battery, don't think it's related to your alternator cable
 
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