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    Stop start

    I have a Octavia greenline 2 tdi I replaced the AGM battery for a New one I have had a 30mins run out in it but the stop start doesn't work any ideas oh and yes replaced the battery with a AGM

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    Who supplied and fitted the battery?

    Is the new battery fully charged? If it is only partially charged due to being in storage prior to sale, the ecu may be preventing drain on the battery until the level of charge increases. Also some cars with stop/start need the battery coded to the vehicle so the ecu is able to manage/regulate it. Somewhere on the battery there will be a sticker with a BEM code on it which is used to code the battery to the vehicle.
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