And hope to accept without conscience a replacement for the battery you knowingly caused an early demise.My plan is to open the hood if the car refuses to start and substitute the original fuse for the modified fuse/resistor. This is a thumb and forefinger operation. The dealer reports no faults and my personal OBD2 reader says all is well. I would not want to tell the dealer of the overvoltage for fear he might not honor the warranty. I think this is a better plan than to drive in with an apparent science project.
may Not necessarily be a problem but a added bones is it deactivates the start stop at the same timeThank you for identifying AFM disabler. Sounds great although I have not noticed cylinder deactivation as a problem. I've got a new idea to defeat stop-start which I will publish in a new thread. However, it requires wiring and I like the simplicity of the AFM disabler.