[DML] Re: battery voltage loss
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[DML] Re: battery voltage loss



First check the lights in the glove box, bonnet, and engine
compartment. Next the cigarette lighter and both doors. If you haven't
found it yet have the battery load tested. If you are still having
problems put a current meter on the battery and pull out the fuses
one-by-one until you find the circuit that is draining the battery.
You can also have a bad alternator so it too has to be testd. A short
cut would be to just install a master switch.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757




--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Brian Davis <sixtyninebri@xxxx> wrote:
> If I leave my car parked for a few days my battery
> draws all the way down. I originally thought it was my
> door light switch as the light was staying on if I did
> not get the door closed really solid. I adjusted the
> switch and the light was going out. Problem is my
> battery still has a slow draw somewhere. Any thoughts
> on what to check first? 
> 
> 
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