Are you talking about the little eye glass on top of the battery? If so, this is not a valid "test" of the battery because this is only to be used when looking at the battery on the shelf before you buy it. It was a way the battery companies where trying to cut down on warranty returns wen someone buys a battery and puts into a car that has an issue with batteries drains. Then they return the battery under warranty and say it was drained when they bought it. It happens a lot so it costs the battery companies a lot of money.
Once a battery is installed in a car, this eye is no longer reliable. This means we need to get the battery tested and then retest the steering.
However, if this is still an issue then we need to scan for codes.
Let me know what you find with this and we can go from there.
Saturday, July 18th, 2020 AT 5:57 PM