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I replaced my own battery heater


Dec 9, 2014
Pine Bush, NY
Okay. I disconnected the 12v and then the responders loop, waited about 15 minutes and bam! I'm good to go. Running like a champ. Thanks for suggesting. I never would have thought of doing another disconnect since it was disconnected the entire time I was working on it. I guess it needed one more restart after updating the new part with the 2020.48.37.1 software. No need to meet the ranger and pay to have him do this easy task. Thanks again. If anyone has questions about replacing the battery heater I can help. Total cost of $55. Actually I lost one of the bolts that holds the air cleaner housing. So it's really $55.55. I'm sure if your careful you can do it for $55.00 lol.

Those are the worst. I've lost so many of them. And a 10mm socket.

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