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Old 25-08-17, 09:04 PM   #11
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How to open window if battery is flat?
Connect another battery using jump leads.
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was wondering the same thing, thanks!
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My 508 needs a new battery

Can I connect new battery with jump leads prior to removing old battery so that bsi does not see the disconnection?
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You can, but if the clip falls off...

Safer to do the disconnection drill.
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People worry too much about this if you DISCONNECT properly its fine its the disconnection that causes the issue after power off wait 3 mins till bsi goes to sleep change battery wait a few minutes start car job done
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Old 09-01-18, 06:58 PM   #16
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Hi all,

Could you not instead use an EOBD memory saver ?
This plugs into the 16-pin EOBD diagnostics port and allows removal of the vehicles battery without losing any codes or settings and leaves your ECU energised.
Then you don't have to worry if you have followed all the correct procedures.

You do however need the use of a slave battery and the device itself costs just over 20.

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Just seen this, so I checked with the SEDRE for my 206, and yes, it will keep the system live whilst the battery is disconnected, but you must not switch anything on in the car, or the fuse may blow and cut the supply.

20 seemed a bit over the top, so I checked eBay - lots of choice. Here's one for only 5.69.
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Just seen this, so I checked with the SEDRE for my 206, and yes, it will keep the system live whilst the battery is disconnected, but you must not switch anything on in the car, or the fuse may blow and cut the supply.

20 seemed a bit over the top, so I checked eBay - lots of choice. Here's one for only 5.69.
Sorry for the late reply Ian, just noticed this in my inbox, mine is made by Draper so probably paying for the brand name, there's not much to them really.
A bit confused about the fuse blowing part as with battery disconnected there is no current available for blowing fuses. Still best not to switch anything on, why would you want to ?
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.... bit confused about the fuse blowing part as with battery disconnected there is no current available for blowing fuses. Still best not to switch anything on, why would you want to ?
The source of current would be the 12V supply you provide to the croc clip leads.

I must admit I can't think of any reason to switch anything on, but doubtless Murphy's law applies

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