[DML] Re: LEDS-Battery Drain
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[DML] Re: LEDS-Battery Drain



Hey John,

are you keeping the lights on ? of course they drain your
battery.
Did you measure the current they draw ?

What kind of LED's did you use ?


What do you mean with 11 ? 11 Volts ? Does ist still crank then ?

Elvis


> Question:
>   My new Optima battery drains only when the rear engine 
compartment is open.  Goes below 11 in two days.  I have numerous 
lights (7)in the engine bay, however they are all LEDS.  I have 
isolated it to that point but unable to figure where else to look.---
Or does the amount of Leds matter? Is that causing my problem?
>   Any help would be appreciated much.




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