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Post by Barbs on Wed 2 Oct 2019 - 7:08

First really cold day of the Autumn. Time to check those cars ready for winter.

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Post by pittstop on Wed 2 Oct 2019 - 10:16

Re being ready for winter: Just how long do Wind batteries last?

Mine must be the original from 2011 & it's showing no signs of problems.

Or: am I pushing my luck by mentioning it!!
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Post by Barbs on Thu 3 Oct 2019 - 6:44

Few weeks ago  I had to have mine changed it was the original Battery, one dead cell and it caused the Alarm to go off the sensors were draining it. A good run would of sorted it for awhile but not worth the risk of it failing while on holiday.

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Post by bigjase1972 on Wed 9 Oct 2019 - 9:47

What are these cars like to own through the winter?
I can imagine they can be a pain with windows sticking and doors when it gets icy?confused

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Post by DarrenJ on Wed 9 Oct 2019 - 16:58

I’ve used mine in winter and all been good. Had only one issue when snowed overnight so windows got frozen. Couldn’t open doors as they wouldn’t drop. Just a case of remembering to keep de-icer to hand indoors and not in boot.
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Post by bigjase1972 on Wed 9 Oct 2019 - 18:02

Ahh! So with a bit of de-icer the windows and doors are ok then!😉👍🏻

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Post by pittstop on Thu 10 Oct 2019 - 18:43

@pittstop wrote:Re being ready for winter: Just how long do Wind batteries last?

Mine must be the original from 2011 & it's showing no signs of problems.

Or: am I pushing my luck by mentioning it!!

By coincidence just had a Renault free Health Check which declared my battery to be in good order.
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