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Battery Replacement Procedure. Does the Renault Kadjar have a BMS fuse? 3 years 6 months ago #1

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Because of the new strain of human malware going around the world, I haven't had the chance to drive my car much (Renault Kadjar 1.5 dCi). Add to this the cold weather outside and the fact the car is 4 years old, and it's no surprise the battery went below 3V.

I know for a fact several cars with Start-Stop systems like the Kadjar have a BMS with a specific fuse you need to remove before replacing the battery. I wasn't able to find said fuse, and the manual is disappointing to say the least.

I removed the battery anyway, as a completely flat battery has no chance of damaging anything while being removed.

I have ordered a replacement, and want to know If i can just install it right away or if there's a procedure I need to follow like with other Start-Stop vehicles involving the BMS fuse.

I cannot go to a dealer due to the current situation in my country, and I'm an EE by trade, so I have experience with electrical systems and have worked on other cars. No worries about that.

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Battery Replacement Procedure. Does the Renault Kadjar have a BMS fuse? 3 years 6 months ago #2

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Hi I had the same problem as yourself and just replaced the battery in normal way no problems as such but the instrument panel changed style and colours and I would check nav and radio settings hope this helps

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Re:Battery Replacement Procedure. Does the Renault Kadjar have a BMS fuse? 7 months 1 week ago #3

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Because of the new strain of human malware going around the world, I haven't had the chance to drive my car much (Renault Kadjar 1.5 dCi). Add to this the cold weather outside and the fact the car is 4 years old, and it's no surprise the battery went below 3V.

I know for a fact several cars with Start-Stop systems like the Kadjar have a BMS with a specific fuse you need to remove before replacing the battery. I wasn't able to find said fuse, and the manual is disappointing to say the least.

I removed the battery anyway, as a completely flat battery has no chance of damaging anything while being removed.

I have ordered a replacement, and want to know If i can just install it right away or if there's a procedure I need to follow like with other Start-Stop vehicles involving the BMS fuse.

I cannot go to a dealer due to the current situation in my country, and I'm an EE by trade, so I have experience with electrical systems and have worked on other cars. No worries about that.

Hello my friend,

Just wondering how you got on, did you need to do anything special with replacing your battery? Thanks.

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Battery Replacement Procedure. Does the Renault Kadjar have a BMS fuse? 5 months 2 weeks ago #4

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just replace it, and that is all

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Battery Replacement Procedure. Does the Renault Kadjar have a BMS fuse? 5 months 2 weeks ago #5

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in august i replace it too. in renault dealer . I put a bosch (Bosch S4E08 12V 70Ah 760A - Efb-Start.Stop)      battery on ,start and stop, and declare it to central dealer.
cost 130 euros the battery and 10 euros to change and declare it. 

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