well, here in MN it got down to -30 degrees farenheit(sp). My battery light came up and I thought it was just the cold.
Yesterday, it was just about 30 degrees(F) and the battery light is still on. I checked the fluids, brake lines, alternator, battery life and everything else that is battery related and my battery/electrical is just perfectly fine. I'm guessing it might have be related to my E-Brake system somehow. Has anyone ever gotten this? If it is related to the E-Brake system, can someone guide me to where and how to fix this issue? Thanks!