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      01-28-2013, 06:30 AM   #267
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Originally Posted by S114HED View Post
It is in the sense although it apparently needs to be coded for the start and stop function. Have still purchased it yet though, was just checking the price.
If your new battery has same Ah as your existing one, and comes with 3-5 years warranty, don't bother to get it reset. (and you should buy same Ah as your existing one).

However if you have bought or going to buy different Ah, then changing the files on your car and resetting IBS is useful.
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