The battery and the alternator is the most important component in any car’s electrical system. The alternator provides electricity and the battery store it to run all of your fancy electronics when the engine isn’t running. When the engine is running, it plays an essential role in the proper functioning of the alternator’s voltage regulator.
To have enough clean reliable power source in a modern high tech automobile is a understatement, with nearly a hundred individual computers on multiple networks, all cars need a healthy, well maintained battery to put electrical components to work. Ambient temperature has a significant impact on battery life and performance. Slow cranking on startup indicates that the battery may not be able to provide enough power to fire up the engine.
No matter how well you take care of it, eventually your car’s battery will wear out and you’ll need a replacement. The majority of BMW automobiles past 2006 demand the replacement battery to be registered in the engine ECU. In many cases the battery should be replaced with a revised version to improve reliability. Registration and proper specification in the DME is crucial due to selective charging, which is an important part of the efficient dynamics platform.
The latest trend is lithium ion battery in the newer performance models which requires additional special care and dedicated charging equipment.
The majority of car owners approximately 78 % waits until their vehicle doesn’t start which is rather inconvenient.
Wouldn’t you rather know when it’s time to replace the aged weak battery and have it done properly by a qualified specialist?
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