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  • BMW, are you serious? couldn't believe I will get this problem from a That could lead to increased battery consumption or more This morning I started my engine; then, I get a warning saying "Increased battery discharge".

    Level 2: There is a warning message stating " Increased Battery Discharge" and now some of the electrical items are not working. Most common of which are the.

    One they the battery would be discharged then it would go back up untill the Well they told me BMW studied the data from the computer in a.

    I think that was a warning. Log in using your Facebook, Twitter or Google account by clicking on the "Log in or Sign up" on the top right of this screen. How could the battery be drained from charging? It's MORE likely an independent would find it than the dealer.

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    For those who don't remember I was one of those with battery discharge problems. One they the battery would be discharged then it would go back up untill the ASS works again and so on. I was originaly been told that it was because I was not driving enough but I always thought it was some accessories draining the battery.

    Lately I got the car in because the wipers stop working if they are in action while the engine stops because of the ASS probably not fixed. So basically I was getting discharge warnings because the car was not able to read the battery properly. The replaced the ECU and the battery reading module and all seems fine now. So I finally get a real car though it really sucks that it took them a year of treating me like I'm stupid to figure it out.

    Don't have to tell you now when I tell them something the listen! I told them one of the horns didn't work and they just told me they would replace both without even looking at it.

    Lol I hope this will help other people in the same situation. B, MazdaSpeed6 best of all. I've been getting this on my for weeks. I just throw it on the charger every few days, but it never takes much of a charge.

    Wonder if its the same problem. The car isn't under warranty anymore so its not getting fixed if it is. Not my problem in a week or so, so they can deal with it when its traded in. Have you tried a dealer or a shop? I'd bet a professional could help you with your premature discharge problem.

    Originally Posted by KneeDragr. Originally Posted by Bassthe1st. Originally Posted by BavarianFanatic. It's MORE likely an independent would find it than the dealer.

    Dealer techs are all young with very little old school troubleshooting ability. If it doesn't turn up on the computer or display a code they're at a loss. If the scanner says there are no problems then they'll swear there are no problems. While identifying the root cause of a troublesome parasytic drain can be a royal pain, there are very straightforward ways to methodically make your way through the circuits to identify the culprit.

    Originally Posted by smithe Last edited by smithf80; at I just bought a i with 20k miles. Having the same issue. What would dealer charge to find fault? What is the final solution?

    Thanks for your time. What dealer did you go to? Just in case Went at my dealer last winter for a similar discharge problem and they told me I was not driving enough also 14 km from job. I did plugged in a Noco charger so we'll see how it goes this winter BB code is On. All times are GMT The time now is Appreciate 0 Tweet Quote.

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