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Hey guys. I had a post about my 12 volt battery going dead and needing a jump. After much, I received the error code P2517 and have it at the dealer now. I was wondering if this could have caused my battery trouble? Thanks!

The following are some of the most common causes of the P2517 code:

Low refrigerant in the air conditioning system
Too much refrigerant
Excessive system pressure
Faulty A/C refrigerant pressure switch
Faulty electrical connectors
Shorted, open, or damaged wiring
Faulty control head
 

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Hey guys. I had a post about my 12 volt battery going dead and needing a jump. After much, I received the error code P2517 and have it at the dealer now. I was wondering if this could have caused my battery trouble? Thanks!

The following are some of the most common causes of the P2517 code:

Low refrigerant in the air conditioning system
Too much refrigerant
Excessive system pressure
Faulty A/C refrigerant pressure switch
Faulty electrical connectors
Shorted, open, or damaged wiring
Faulty control head
I can't believe these manufacturers can't better isolate specific issues and problems with more specific codes...it's not like it costs them anything extra to create more codes.

Truly ridiculous.
 
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