How to Replace BMW BATTERY without PROGRAMMING demonstrated on BMW 745Li.
The video is meant of entertainment purposes only. Do not Attempt!
Hey guys, if you have a 1999 or Newer BMW and you need to replace the battery you can do it without going to the dealer and pay around 250 for labor and programming. We have done it on many cars with no problem. You can occasionally get a traction light on but once you drive the car for 2 minutes it will go away. This just a demonstration to show if you can replace the battery without warning lights, The correct way is to have the new battery programmed.
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