[DML] Re: Electrical upgrade kits
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[DML] Re: Electrical upgrade kits

Yes the battery is juicy, it's new. The connections are tight. There 
was a pop sound that came from somewhere in the car. I couldn't find 
it. One owner told me that it might be bad cables. As for the door 
solanoids, I haven't gotten that far yet. When it comes to electrical 
I'm stumped. 


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Bernie" <bmanderville@xxxx> wrote:
> Josh,
> Whoa, slow down, nothing at all works?  Have you checked the 
> to see if it has juice, and the connections are tight?  If it 
> before it should still work now, and check the battery bulkhead 
> connections, maybe something broke off, and your grounds.  An 
> rewire is not required, just a little investigative work.  If you 
> have working door solanoids and you locked the car, they do draw 
> current to keep the car locked, but it will take quite a while to 
> drain a battery, unless your lock module has decided to weld itself 
> together, and totally drain the battery.

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