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      11-27-2012, 04:52 PM   #4

Drives: E90 M3, Cayenne T, 991 GT3
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Bay Area

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Originally Posted by chris s View Post
you're likely to get the same response. It is directly related to the amount of driving one does. I have the same issue with low charge messages. If i drive the car for a good 30 plus minutes or more, it seems to recharge properly.

Not suggesting that the SA handled it well, but i don't think you will have luck elsewhere either.
I am driving 15K/year and the battery cannot hold the charge overnight - does not seem normal to me. To add insult to injury a friend of mine just had his battery replaced via warranty on his X5M, which had under 10,000km and was almost 3 years old...

Anyway, anyone who tells a customer that they should not be using comfort access to lock the car (what else is it for???) is an a-hole in my view...