Wished I had seen your post on WednesdayAlthough it seems a lot of work, it is a fairly straightforward job. The battery box can be partially dismantled which makes lifting the battery a lot easier.
Don’t forget to re-install the vent tube!
The BMS system should be reset. I have found it best to charge the battery first, then reset the BMS with a compatible scanner as the stop/start system seems to work best if you do this.
It isn’t desperate that the BMS is reset, but it can cause fault codes to generate if not done properly and it can affect stop/start functionality.
The BMS should relearn after a few days use.
Just had my LR Disco serviced by Land Rover Guildford, Surrey and had a phone call to say the Battery was dodgy and "not taking any charge"???
Anyway, as the car is 6 years old I said please replace the battery- DOH!!!
I nearly fell over when presented with the Bill.
It was £275.94 for the Battery - YES YOU read that correctly AND £270 to fit it.
LAND ROVER are taking the P***
I had to pay as they would not return my car. SONOT A HAPPY BUNNY WITH LAND ROVER