October 25, 2020
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Foxwell BT715 tests for a good battery and a bad battery

This post will show you how to use Foxwell BT715 Battery Analyzer to run a test with a good battery and a bad one.

Part 1. Foxwell BT715 tests a good battery

This is a 2009 Toyota Corolla with a Toyota OEM battery (550CCA).foxwell-bt715-tests-review-01

1. Connect the Foxwell BT715 cables to the battery terminals.

2. Select 12 Volt → regular → in vehicle → top post → regular → CCA, and enter the rated CCA for this battery is 550 CCA.

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3. Hit enter to start testing.

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As you can see the battery is good.

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4. Press enter to start the test! Start the engine to proceed with the crankshaft test.

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5. Press enter to Charging Test, follow the instruction on the screen.

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Finally got the following test results.

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Part 2: Foxwell BT715 tests a bad battery

This is a 2011 Honda CR-Z with a Honda OEM 151R battery, the 12v battery is about 6 months old.

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1. Connect the Foxwell BT715 cables to the battery terminals.

2. Select 12 Volt → regular → in vehicle → top post → regular → CCA, and enter the rated CCA for this battery is 360 CCA.

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The Tool shows that the battery is a bad one and it recommends a replacement.

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Credits to@ghettodiy who made the video