Thread: Battery drain
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Old 01-18-2009, 11:02 AM   #6
mjkiefer
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Default Re: Battery drain

Crazy thing..............just went out to see if the car would start. It did (temps didn't drop below 30 overnight so I figured it would. At any rate, the faulty window that hasn't worked for 4+ months now works! Go figure. I wonder if the shop I took it to yesterday inadvertently fixed it when they load tested the battery and the alternator? I'm taking it to the dealership Tues to have them check out the wiring on that window. There may be some kind of short. I bet that's my culprit right there. BTW: It's not the trunk light and I do not have a glove box light or hood light. The window is my only logical explanation.

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