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AWD 08-14-2016 01:00 PM

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Originally Posted by M3habib (Post 1562141)
question regarding "placing plastic under the car"... this is the first iv heard of it, cant you have a big old rug underneath, would that prevent the moisture too?

Iv always used a thick piece of rug under each tire, KEEP IN MIND, if the rug gets wet someway somehow, the moisture will damage your tires more then having it sitting on concrete ;)

would plastic garage tiles do the trick? hehe

guygeo 10-24-2016 12:57 PM

For a 135i, is it OK to leave the battery disconnected?
1. I do not have access to an electric plug in the storage area
2. Can it drain all the ECM memory???, so will the car start next spring???
3. Will a small solar (powered by the neon lights of the inside garage) be sufficient to keep the battery charge?

dbworld4k 10-24-2016 02:47 PM

Yes you can leave it disconnected without any harm. Worst case, you'll loose your radio presets and/or memory seat settings.

guygeo 10-24-2016 02:56 PM

Ok, thanks for the fast reply.:)

tominizer 10-27-2016 08:26 AM

One other tip. What I use to do with my E30 M3 in my garage was put down a layer of the black roofing tar paper on the concrete floor. Apparent it's a great barrier and it's cheap from Home Depot or similar.

guygeo 10-27-2016 08:55 AM

Well someone told me that a dead battery can harm one of the main ECM... so I just bought a quick solar charger @ Canadian Tire and installed it on the roof, my car is parked right underneath the lights...Thanks for your input gents.


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