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Old 11th April 2007, 13:14   #16
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I will observe the performance over the next few days. Would any of the ECU settings be lost, because there was no battery for 2 days?
Ya ECU will be reset but no issues, you drive ur car soft footed for the initial few kms say 10-15km and ECU will take care of the rest...

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Forget about exide episode and go for amaron, it its afit and forget kind of thing.
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1 amp is lil on higher side, and 290 amps are you sure the battery rating is correct?

ecu will just do a check and re program in first 10 kms, nothing to be worried about
Even I feel 1 amp is on the higher side, but thats the consumption I recorded. Has anyone else checked what there consumption is?

290amps is the rating printed on the battery. I am having Exide freedom model DIN44MF
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Forget about exide episode and go for amaron, it its afit and forget kind of thing.
The question here is what is causing the battery to drain? I am not looking for a better battery at the moment. In future, when I replace, it will be Amaron for sure.
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remove autocop connection and see if the battery drain comes down substantially, if so you found the culprit

otherwise a good auto electrician with proper equipment or the dealer will have to help
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