1998 Grand Caravan wouldn't start

1998 Grand caravan would start, tryed a jump from AAA and it still would not start. The battery had leaked acid around the pos cable and both positive
and negative cables terminals have corrosion on them. After installing a new battery all of the panel lights flash and the AC wont shut off? Is this a fuse or a more seroius problem?
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Yes it is normal, you have to perform a cooldown and calibration test. if you A/C was not working before the battery was replaced it may still be blinking. Glenn Beasley Chrysler Tech CALIBRATION/DIAGNOSTICS TEST ENTRY TO INITIATE TESTS: a.. Set Blower motor ON HIGH b.. Set Mode position to Panel c.. Open all A/C outlets d.. Set Temperature to Cold (Both slide pots if equipped) e.. Depress WASH and REAR WIPER button simultaneously for 5 Seconds (Until all LED's light) RESULTS: a.. All LED's will turn on for 5 Seconds b.. Calibration Test is running when REAR WIPER and INTERMITTENT are alternately flashing. Cooldown test is running if A/C and RECIRC are alternately flashing. c.. Acceptable results is REAR WIPER LED is the only LED flashing. Push Rear Wiper to exit. d.. After all tests have passed, Calibration Diagnostics and Cooldown can be run separately. COOLDOWN TEST ENTRY TO INITIATE TESTS: a.. Set Blower motor ON HIGH b.. Set Mode position to Panel c.. Open all A/C outlets d.. Set Temperature to Cold (Both slide pots if equipped) e.. Depress WASH and A/C simultaneously for 5 Seconds NOTE: Prior to start of test, If the evaporator is already cold, the system will fail test. To correct, operate system with A/C OFF and the blower motor ON high for three minutes prior to starting test.
RESULTS: a.. All LED's will turn on for 5 Seconds b.. Cooldown Test is running when A/C and RECIRC. are alternately flashing. If A/C and RECIRC. are flashing simultaneously, Cooldown has failed.
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