Re: [DML] HELP!! Fast Power Drain after Tachometer freaking out
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Re: [DML] HELP!! Fast Power Drain after Tachometer freaking out

Yes.  I had this exact same problem with the tach freaking out and the battery appeared dead.  It turned out that the lead connector to my positive battery terminal from my battery cutoff switch had broken.  I replaced the connector and everything is fine now.   Check your voltage at the battery .  I'd you have power there,  something is disconnected. 


On Wed, May 21, 2014 11:00 AM PDT macintek@xxxxxxxxx [dmcnews] wrote:

>Monday, while driving around, my Tachometer started freaking out, wildly going from realistic, to 3000 to 2000, to redline, to realistic and so forth. The next day, the battery was stone dead. I removed the battery (less than a year old) and charged it overnight, reinstalled it last night and, this morning, it was dead again.
> Has anyone seen this behavior in a major appliance ((Ghostbusters ref) DeLorean)? Can anyone please tell me where the short circuit might be? I really hope to fix this by Sunday since its registered for a Car Show.

Posted by: Christopher Mack <christopher_mack@xxxxxxxxx>

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