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BMW F chassis Battery Replacement Steps There is a battery management module in engine system of BMW F chassis, if it monitor that battery has been serious aged or damaged, a DTC would be generated in engine system, you can only clear this code after replacing battery and "record" it. I have some pics when carried out the battery replacement and configuration, the tool I used is a Topdon Artipad. Here are my steps: 1. Manual ->vehicle brand->chassis->Engine,ECM->DME/DDE 2.Special function->battery->record replace battery 3. Tap on record replace battery, if you replace the same type and capacity, choose "same capacity", wait for 20s, it would prompt battery replacement was successfully recorded in DME/DDE. If you replace different capacity, choose "higher/lower capacity", and the same steps if you replace different battery type(chemistry), just choose the correct one, like AGM or lead acid, but it requires reprogram after replacing battery, BMW F chassis doesn't supported yet. After the record was done, clear DTC.If the DTC can't be cleared, the ECM-DDE/DME info and shows not supported. Anyway, it is quite simple to do the configuration/matching after replacing battery, I hope you will find this instruction helpful.
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Hello everyone I'm planning to buy a new Ford Fusion and got really interested in one.It's a new Ford Fusion SE 2015 and it's been in dealer's lot for about 10 months. The only problem is that the records showed that the battery was replaced by the dealer. Dealer's explanation is that the battery was dormant after sitting in winter. However, my friend told me that a battery replacement could mean high risk in electrical systems of the car, especially when it's a new car that got battery replaced. So my friend assumed that the car could need battery replacement every year after I purchase the car or simply will run out of battery every few hours without driving. I'm not an expert in this, do you guys have any advise or suggestions? Thanks a lot.