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Power consumption when car is off


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#1 cpiunno

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Posted 02 September 2003 - 01:29 PM

I'm measuring 2 milliamp current when my Brat is off. I know it doesn't seem like much but it seems to be enough to drain the battery to the point where the car doesn't start. I checked on my other subaru (89 gl) and it's 0 milliamp when the car is off. All lights are turned of on car, door is closed and stereo is completely disconnected. What might be drawing the current?

#2 bushbasher

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Posted 02 September 2003 - 01:44 PM

the dash clock :D 2 milliamps would take a very very VERY long time to drain a car battery.




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