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      08-08-2012, 12:15 AM   #1
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07 e92 battery - dallas area

looks like my battery gave up on my 07 e92 with roughly 54k miles. Dont really feel like spending $400.00 + just on battery and registration.

Can anyone here in Dallas area recommend other options that have worked, its always mixed opinion whether to buy a battery from autozone/walmart/costco etc and not getting it registered or go to bmw dealership to buy and get it registered.

need a new battery asap... Car is just sitting in garage.
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      08-08-2012, 09:09 AM   #2
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Not in Dallas, but I ended up buying a battery at Walmart and got it registered at a local euro repair shop. The battery was around $100 and the shop charged $60 to register it. Been 8 months and car runs great.
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      08-08-2012, 09:44 AM   #3
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Wow, I wasn't aware that a battery had to be registered and that it would be 400 bucks for it. I hope everything works out and get a good deal.
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I picked up one at Walmart too with similar specs as my OEM and never had any issues without registering it.. i had an 07 with similar miles when my battery died.. Also did you try charging the battery? They sell chargers for $50.. try that first.. if you take your battery out you can drop it off for a free overnight charge at autozone...
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walmart battery + home registration. total cost ~$120.

Lots of people with '07s and up are going to start reaching the end of the OE battery life. These cars are good at eeking out lots of juice, but 5+ years is about all anyone can ask of a car battery around here.
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      08-09-2012, 07:22 PM   #6
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Is the whole "battery registering" thing new for the E90/later models? Because when my E39's battery died I just picked one up at Autozone and never had any issues with it. The 335 is the only car I've ever owned that had any specific battery coding/registration requirements that I've known about...
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ended up buying a battery and getting it registered from a local euro dealer in addison for 375.00. only things sucks is that everything i had coded in the car is gone.. now i have to find someone to code it all over again, in Cali i had paid a guy $30.00 to do it all..
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if you would have read the thread, alex would have coded the battery and all that for $65 and your stuff again :/ ohh well too late
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I have the same car - 07 E92, built Aug. of 06. Bought a battery at BMW of Austin last year, and with my BMW CCA discount, the battery and registration came to less than $300.
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