[DML] Re: Bad alternator?
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[DML] Re: Bad alternator?

I've actually considered that possibility already with the door 
courtesy lights. I recieved the car with those lights being the 
original bulbs and already burnt out so I've removed them and have 
no yet replaced. The plungers still have the rubber tip on the end 
and does seem to make pretty good contact with the door. I do not 
have a master battery switch but it definitly seems like a good idea.

The car does sit outside in the hot but not humid climate of 
southern california under a cover. 

In a related question. Just how difficult is the job of removing and 
replacing the alternator, I've noticed a lack of hand-space from 
where its located. Am I going to have to remove anything?

Thank for the advice DML.
~ Josh Tidwell | VIN:4463

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@xxxx> 
> You have a couple of problems, but lets take them in order. First 
> the "short" or battery drain. Usually because the courtesy lights 
> the door stay on with the door closed. Do you have the rubber tips 
> the door plungers? Do you have a master battery switch? The next 
> you leave the car sit for a couple of 

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