Stradale woes - Park off / ABS unavailable / ASR unavailable / ESC unavailable

midlifecrisis

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Just checked the date on the Yuasa battery that was fitted and suspect I have the source of the problem. I can't see a manufacturing date, but the battery has stamped on it a "recharge due" date of September 2016. Considering that it was fitted as a 'new' battery in August 2018, that might well have something to do with the problem I had. Lesson learned - will be checking dates on batteries in future!

As I say above, there was no quibble from the supplying dealer, Hills of Lymington, on refunding me the price of a new Bosch battery.
Probably sulphated as I suspected on the shelf reducing its capacity to deliver current. Good on the shop, in refunding your money
 

Goodfella

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Afternoon all,

Its my turn with this fault, hoping its only the battery obviously!

Whats the general consensus on the best battery available for a Granturismo S?

Cheers.
 

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conaero

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Cheers, was just about to pull the trigger on a Bosch S5 019, is this better then? The price certainly is lol!
Its Exide 100amp....nuff said. Mines been brilliant. Personally I have heard of the Yusa going up the swanie so this or Bosch.
 

Goodfella

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Battery change didn’t work ☹

Does anyone know if there Is a reset procedure at all before I book it in somewhere?

EDIT....

Scrub that (I should learn to read the thread properly....) took the car out and it cleared before the end of the drive. Praise the lord & back to the rugby ..
 
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Goodfella

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:p

If you’d taken that to Maserati your gearbox, clutch and actuator would be out on the workshop floor by now.
Ha ha probably....

I’ll save all that tension for when I take it to Maserati Colchester in July for a service.