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Old 29-01-17, 05:24 AM   #1
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Does anyone use a jumper battery connected to the battery leads to retain all of the car settings when changing the main battery?
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Old 29-01-17, 07:01 AM   #2
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Hi...there are code savers available...but all ive lost is the date and time...radio...mileage all fine...just do the bsi sleep method and all will be ok...good luck
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Hi...there are code savers available...but all ive lost is the date and time...radio...mileage all fine...just do the bsi sleep method and all will be ok...good luck
Yeah I normally do the BSI sleep method, just wondered if there was any benefit in doing it with a jump battery attached to save everything.
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I wouldnt...just in case the lead slipped and the bsi might not like it....just do the bsi sleep and all will be safe and good....
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the only thing my 407s lost was the date and time on the RT3/4, so no problem really

the 307cc was a bit more arsey and needed the windows resetting (the thing when they only come up a bit at a time) before it would operate the roof. Got a right bollocking for that
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