Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement - Citroen Xantia Batteries

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. Forum aussiefrogs Discussions Peugeot Forum won't start after battery replacement. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Jump to page: Results 1 to 25 of Add Thread to del. She has left her car with the parking lights on and the battery had fully discharged. As 19932-003 Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement was about 4 years old Bulll recommended a new battery as she must be able to rely on her car considering her age and all.

To replace the battery I took the key out of the ignition, closed the door and waited half an hour for Batteru computer to "go to sleep". I then disconnected the terminals fitted the new battery and tried to start the car.

The engine will turn over but won't fire. Unbelievably, this is the second time this has happened. Not good on a pension. Can only one suggest why this has Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement, have I caused it, and most importantly, is there an at Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement solution I can try? Any advice would be very Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement appreciated.

Thank you in advance. Share Share this post on Digg Del. What is it and what do I do to it? It sounds like a BSI mess. Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement C5 manual says to wait at least a minute, and be prepared to reset several functions windows, display.

Do you know what your Mum's manual says? PS Another witch doctor does this http: I haven't read the manual. But reading the procedure in the link, I wasn't far off. I certainly got the disconnect procedure right, I left it for half an hour. You'll need the four character secure code. If you don't have this, purchase online from Martin peugeotcodes. Type 677 Leisure Battery Lion Batteries 75Ah 2 Years Warranty OEM Replacement happens from trying to start the car when the battery is knackered - the BSI chucks a wobbly and forgets its own name.

The second link is interesting seasink.

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I'll give it a go and let you know how things go. Thank addo, if I have this code, what do I do with it? Or do I need to connect laptop? Car is in Leonay, near Penrith. The code is necessary as the BSI has forgotten the keys, you "build up" the BSI with Peugeot Planet by re-entering the VIN, configuring the body details number of doors, sunroof, gearbox type and so forththen re-unite it with the keys by matching the keys to the BSI with the secure code.

I can come to you; it's an hour each way but no big deal. Message me if you want to lock something in. Most of this type work I no longer do, there are richer pickings the other side of Sydney.

Thanks addo, let me try the rest and I'll be in touch. I'm not expecting it to work, of course. As far as I m concerned peugeot should be taking care of this Would it be worth trying to disconnect the new battery again Could not agree more, dino.

Battery is disconnected now and will try again in the morning. No luck with this Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement. I think it may be the correct way Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement doing things when all is well, but once the damage is done, this is not the fix. Not in my case. No dearer than doing it myself and they maintain power supply during the changeover to preserve codes etc and their work is guaranteed.

My low km's C4 is playing up with faulty BSI sensors which crashed the mechanics diagnostics and the now the car is in permanent limp home mode. Ashame that PSA products are still plagued by electrical issues. Hard to stay loyal to the brand. We did that the first time. As frustrating as this is, I will remain ever loyal. I know Colliers have fixed. The bad news is you have to get the car to Granville. My had a battery issue last month. I'd just hooked up the trailer and drove down the street and was greeted with all sorts of stop Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement on the dash, braking system, ABS failures, you name it!

I thought it was an electrical fault from the trailer, but then she refused to crank over at the soil place. I took the long walk home and grabbed another car. I made an investment in the DiagBox and Peugeot Planet software and hardware some time ago, so Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement took my cables and laptop back down to the car.

Got her home and stopped, she wouldn't go again I suspected battery so had that replaced in the morning, and despite having battery disconnected overnight, she fired up first go!

Haven't had an issue since Tonch, I'm no mechanic, and really have little idea what i'm doing as I haven't had much time to play with PP and Diagbox. I mention this as I live in Glenmore Fiat Palio 178Bx 1996-2004 Vetech Battery 45Ah Electrical System Replace Part, pretty much 5 mins away from your mum Do you think it would be worth me investing in the Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement you have?

Even running a "lite" version like I do no flash update files gets Type 096 780CCA 5 Years Wty Sealed Bosch Car Battery OEM Replacement 12V 77Ah closer to the bottom of many puzzling events faster.

And if you ever need to add new keys to the car, you just use the secure code and your diagnostic kit. Originally Posted by Jinandfonic. Tonch, I will message you with the specific ebay Citroen Xantia X1 X2 1993-2003 Banner Power Bull 50Ah Battery Replacement I purchased.

Easily the best of the lot! Definitely worth every cent It was the "usual" losing its bundle scenario. Disturbingly the BSI took three goes before allowing the key memorisation to be. Still an AC fault, there is dialogue between the BSI and climate module and the blower works but it isn't full dialogue and the compressor isn't being allowed to switch on. Originally Posted by addo. Last edited by robmac; 11th March at That sounds quite probable, if the internal battery is ageing and current is sufficiently interrupted it would certainly drop its bundle as described.

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