Originally Posted by flip
I'm having the same issue. I replaced my battery and the BST plug popped out. I got the error, realized what it was and plugged it back in. The error still won't go away however.
Did you have to do anything special to reset it? Or should it just go away on its own once the cable is plugged back in?
I'm new to programming but have the cable and software set up. I did the battery registration which was successful so if there is something I can check or reset with the coding software I'm all set...
Battery registration is not going to fix this error.
It will probably stay there until it's cleared. Sometimes when the battery voltage gets low the MRS module gets upset and throws faults.
It's possible that it might but in some cases it won't. I reset one remotely for one of my coding clients the other day.