You may need to do BMW battery registration once you’ve replaced the battery. This is a tutorial on how to use Autel Specialty Products to register BMW battery replacement, which applies Autel MaxiCOM MK808, Autel MaxiDAS DS808K, Autel MaxiPRO MP808, MP808K auto scanner, etc to this test.
Following is taking Autel DS808 to work on a BMW 3 Series E91 325i N52 2005 as an example. Also workable for BMW E series E90, E60, E63, E87…etc.
How to register BMW battery replacement?
Plug DS808 connector into OBD, go to
Service >> BMS >> VIN >> Auto detect >> OK >> Yes >> Hot functions >> Register the battery replacement
Here we can check the battery exchange history or register battery replacement.
In this step, we should select the battery capacity:
F1: same capacity.
F2: higher/lower capacity.
F3: change from normal lead-acid battery to Absorbent Glass Mat(AGM) battery.
In my case, it is same.
Is the newly installed battery an original component? Yes.
Is there a data matrix code on the label of the newly installed battery?
Note: if the data matrix code cannot be read, proceed with No.
Here you don’t have to do it, select “No”.
Is there a supplier number and battery terminal stamp on the label of newly installed battery?
Another optional selection, “No” again.
Battery replacement is entered in engine electronics(DME or DDE).
Continue >> Continue
The battery exchange was successfully inputting the data.
The data and time of vehicle were set successfully.
Service functions completed.
Most Autel diagnostic tools are taking same path to register battery replacement. If you have any questions, welcome to contact us.