Re: [DML] Re: Battery for Delorean
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Re: [DML] Re: Battery for Delorean



Hi
<SNIP>
> My
> DeLorean has a cut off switch, so no mystery drain problems.
>
> Dan W.

Dan, you shouldn't need a battery cut off switch! Instead of installing a 
switch you should fix the drain. My car has been sitting untouched for three 
months now with the battery connected. I didn't do anything, did not 
recharge it, did not disconnect any circuits. The car started at first try 
after cranking for less than a second. The voltage at the battery is within 
limits. It used to drain the battery within about a month but I rebuilt the 
door lock module and it's all good ever since.
BTW, it's really killing me that I can't drive the car but ever since my 
lower ball joint came apart the car is just sitting waiting for warmer 
weather. Because of the ball joint I damaged the frame and now I need to do 
a frame restoration.

Take care

Tom Niemczewski
vin 6149 (in Poland!)
tomciodmc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
www.deloreana.com





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