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Old 06-20-2016, 03:19 PM
kwajtrader kwajtrader is offline
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Mein Auto: 2014 650i Convertible
Disconnecting Battery in a 2014 F12

If there was ever a car that could make me question my abilities as a home auto mechanic, this is clearly it. I have done my share of car repair work from rebuilding engines back in the day, up to and including pulling the steering wheel on my ’08 650i convertible that required disconnecting the battery among other things. As part of the heated steering wheel retrofit I’m planning for my 2014 F12 650i I have spent weeks researching parts and coding and was ready to go until I pulled open the partition in the trunk and saw the “Borg like” assembly sitting on top of the positive side of the battery. I have no clue how to remove this massive assembly. I have been searching for posts or youtube videos on this with no luck. Any advice would be appreciated.

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