99 C5 not starting/intermittent starting problem
This past week has been frustrating with my vette. I have a 1999 with a manual transmission. Sunday my car would not start so I jumped it and it started great. I took it to O'Reillys Auto Parts and had the battery tested and I was told it was a good battery; I was also told the starter was good. It then ran all day Sunday and Monday. Monday night I was driving home and my DIC read "Service ABS" about 10 min into driving. Shortly after that I got a "Low Voltage" message in my DIC and 10 secs later I had lost all power. I had no interior lights, exterior lights, power steering, abs, nothing. Luckily I rolled into a Dairy Queen parking lot where I got it jumped again and it started right up. 10 feet later it lost all power again.
The next day I went back to work on it. I tried jumping it and go nothing. I removed the battery and the alternator and took them to get tested. The alternator was bench tested twice and was good. The battery (800 CCA) read 620, then 1090, then 790, then 595. I replaced the battery thinking it was a bad cell. I cleaned the battery terminal connectors and installed the new battery and put my alternator back in. The car started and ran great.
Yesterday (Friday), I parked it at night and my E-Brake didn't catch so I went to start it again and got nothing. I jumped it and drove it home.
This morning, (Saturday) I could not start it in the morning, then 2 hours later I tried again and it started right up. I let it run for 10 min then shut it off and tried starting again and got nothing. It hasn't started since.
I read my codes
A0-LDCM B2252H, B2282H, B2284H
A1-RDCM B2283H, B2285H
B0-RFA U1255H, U1096H, U1064H, U1016H
I think most of the codes are a result of the battery dying/replacement. B2252 (Key Cylinder Switch Fault) is the one I think I should be worried about.
I went to relearn the VATS but my security light does not blink or turn on after the gauges have swept (it is on as the gauges are sweeping).
Thanks for the help!