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StangMan

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I got this message about 20 minutes after parking following a 35 minute drive, so the vehicle was not sitting for 14+ days (never has), about 45 degrees and the battery was fine. I started right up no issues. It's only happened one time. I have heard others mention this and a possible TSB. Called the dealer and they have no information. The build date is June, I have owned it since September. Anyone have any experience with this and information on how it is fixed? TY e20deepsleep.png
 
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Cincinnati, OH
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That's popped on me once when I parked it for a two days without driving. Check my battery an all seems to be fine, I associate it with the weather being cold here in OH lately.
 

Kaycott88

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Punta Gorda, FL, USA
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Happened to me twice. first time, battery was replaced by dealer after car would not start. Second time, dealer concluded that it was not a battery issue but a computer issue. They updated all the computer systems with a new SSM code. No issues with that since.
 

STDORA

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Fair Oaks Ranch, TX, USA
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I got that message after my ST sat idle for 2 days, garaged and very mild temperatures. It started right up. I guess I better notify the dealer to document if in fact this becomes a problem.
 
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