E90 help! Changed battery, dashboard stopped working?

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  • E90 help! Changed battery, dashboard stopped working?


Answer #1 | 02/01 2014 12:34
Autozone. Proper name. Must be capitalized. OEM. Acronym for Original Equipment Manufacturer. Must be capitalized. "What could this be?" is a question. Question require a question mark at the end. And finally, after the "BMW 325I." the end of a sentence, a period, a proper punctuation mark, is required at the end. Rogelio, may I ask, why some many errors for such a short statement? In a hurry? What is "E90 help!" mean? I am totally puzzled. As to the car issue. You went to Autozone for a new battery. You did not read the car manual nor asked at an auto repair shop as to the procedures to follow when changing the battery of this vehicle. So, now the issue you present is a serious one. Most auto repair shops now enough to keep power to the vehicle via the cigarette port. That way any possible problems are totally avoided. All that is now needed are more costly repairs at a proper auto repair business. Expensive lesson. It is always cheaper to get the right help. Go find one.
Answer #2 | 02/01 2014 13:53
Tell Ramone C to pee up a rope. The jerk doesn't know how to spell Auto Zone which is the worse place under the Sun for electrical parts or service. Take your battery to any store that sells new batteries other than Auto Zone, and ask for a free 15 second electrical load test which will tell you the reserve amperage capacity. Amperage spins starter motors not volts.
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Answer #3 | 02/01 2014 15:13
Disconnect the negative for an hour and see if any changes Ive had an autozone battery in my bmw with no problems besides it dieing 2 years later. Sometimes if the battery isnt securely installed it can misbehave electrically. If nothing happens return the battery anf get a different one. Also walmart. Selss oem batteries for bmw. You will see the one its got the edges at the bottom for clamping it down.

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