Hey are you still in the battery reconditioning market? I've got a 2000 Insight that just hit the IMA light, code P1447. I bought the car around 110k miles from a guy who said he had a new battery installed under warranty prior to my purchase. That was in December 2010. It's got around 165k miles now. Seems a little early but nothing I can really do, it's out of warranty and allegedly already been replaced. Nothing is wrong with the car, it drives, assists, and charges as normal. Let me know if you think it's worth saving, what the cost will be for whatever I need to do, I'm in Cleveland, OH. The car is pretty jacked cosmetically (all clear coat and some of the color is gone on front half). I am considering just trading it in and moving on to perhaps a 4dr newer insight. Thoughts on that newer car would be appreciated to. My email is Companierep@gmail.com, contact me there if possible or here. Thanks!
I'm sitting on the side of the road, freezing. I took out my battery pack for reconditioning with an MRC Super brain. I put the junction board back in and hooked it up, having read on this forum that I could then run continuously with the 12 volt. I was wrong. How do I fix it?
I paid the following amounts and have not received a refund. My emails and phone calls have all gone unanswered. I want my money back now as I am not going to be getting the battery I have paid in full for.
I am looking to get IMA battery for my car. Can anyone help?? My battery is really really dead now. Tried to salvage the last bit I could for about the last 15,000 miles by reseting the 12v battery every time the IMA would stop working. Used to last 2 months, then 1 month, then 1 week, now I cant go 5 minutes without it dying. I really dont want to spend 1100$ on a used one with 50,000 miles already. Thanks. Email me here or at sinkand @ yahoo.com
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