Hi all. I went out with the 360 for a two days trip, something around 400 kilometers in total. Today, while driving home on the highway, the battery red light light came on INTERMITTENTLY. Image Unavailable, Please Login This, according to the Owners Manual, is a warning of an overcharging alternator: Image Unavailable, Please Login My battery (Bosch S5) is just 3 months old. These were the electrical loads I had at the moment: - Headlights - Air Conditionig - Stereo I switched off the headlights and after something around 30 secs to one minute the Battery Light went off. I switched the headlights on again and after more or less the same time the light came on again. Leaving the headlights on I did the same test with the Air Conditioning and I got exactly the same results. Being daytime and quite hot I drove home with A/C on leaving off the headlights and the Battery Light stayed off for the whole trip. Now... isn't it a very weird behavior? I mean, I would expect this from an alternator that is not charging enough, not from one that is overcharging. And how on earth if it was actually overcharging, It reduced the output power switching off a medium/heavy load like headlights or A/C? Looking for any kind of help, ideas, etc... thank you!