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

 Just because the battery is new doesn't mean its got a good charge. 
Take it out, trickle charge it for a few hours, and try it in the car
again.  As for the door lock solenoids, pop off the wood cover behind
the passenger seat and unhook the red wire and the brown wires that
come from the door lock module box from the circuit breaker.  There is
a good chance that is what is draining your battery.  Leave them
unhooked and lock both doors individually from now on.  Once the
battery is charged up again, see if anything works.  Don't jump to
ordering a new wiring harness, that would be overkill and you still
might have the same problems.  

Let us know if that did anything for you.  Also, if the cables to the
battery are corroded, clean them off with sandpaper then tighten them
down again.

-Patrick C.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Josh Porter" <joshp1986@xxxx> wrote:
> 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. 
> Josh
> 10989

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