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      01-13-2013, 02:36 PM   #23
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That is the rear power distribution panel and the wire looks like it's for the Ibs....without it I don't think your IBS would function. Maybe it's your issue.....I almost wonder.....did you register this battery? Your Ibs prolly doesn't have any info now, but when connected, does it think you don't have sufficient starting current? Again, my thinking is to get to the root cause before replacing parts.....
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That is the rear power distribution panel and the wire looks like it's for the Ibs....without it I don't think your IBS would function. Maybe it's your issue.....I almost wonder.....did you register this battery? Your Ibs prolly doesn't have any info now, but when connected, does it think you don't have sufficient starting current? Again, my thinking is to get to the root cause before replacing parts.....
IBS: intelligent battery sensor, btw...

Seems like possibly, the sensor was not reset when the older batteries were replaced..or, it thinks the battery has low current...possibly.....do a google for IBS and see what you can find out.....

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Check out this thread as well:

Please Help If You Can by SHATX on this forum...he had very similar symptoms...ended up being his fuse box and the battery cable connection to it!...

Your car seems to fit within the build date times, though like mine may have been built a little early to have this problem...but all the cars this is affecting have not reported in yet....

I found the post VERY interesting reading...


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IBS: intelligent battery sensor, btw...

Seems like possibly, the sensor was not reset when the older batteries were replaced..or, it thinks the battery has low current...possibly.....do a google for IBS and see what you can find out.....

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I have this issue too. OP, can you please tell me how you have fixed this?

Did you put in a BMW battery? Or an after market one?

I put in an after market one, apparently the same type... and it was registered, but I have your problem and I don't know how to fix it.

Please advise how you fixed this. Thanks
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