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Increase Battery discharged E60

Discussion in 'E60, E61' started by Eiffel, Sep 12, 2018.

  1. Eiffel

    Eiffel Member

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    My E60 occasionally occur increased battery discharged msg.

    My battery is 2 years old. After mechanic check, the battery and alternator is charging good. What should I do... is the IBS cable got problem?
     
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  2. dzuljazz2001

    dzuljazz2001 Official Member

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    Electrical leak cud be frm anything and if you hv a PnP unit in the car, hv it check..
    If not, try checking the.cables to and frm the battery .m
     
  3. Eiffel

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    Hi President,

    May i know what u mean by PNP unit? Because after replacing the battery, my new battery left 60% after a month.

    Thanks.
     
  4. gendong

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    I think he meant did u installed aftermarket equipments like an amp, new speakers, monitor etc...... sometimes its also caused by a usb/charging cable that u plug into the ciggy lighter.
     
  5. Eiffel

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    nope, but my cd changer keep in and out...
     
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    Hi Eiffel,
    Did you reset the battery computer when you change your battery. Could be the reason why its charging to only 60%
     
  7. Eiffel

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    It is because electrical leakage....they have fixed it.

    My car battery is 846 CCA, is it normal?
     

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