Q: Are there computer checks that need to be done after installing a new battery?

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I'm under the impression systems need to be checked to be sure all is well after installing and connecting a new battery. If so, I'm wondering what is checked and the cost?

My car has 56 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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