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Old 06-17-2001, 07:37 AM
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Iv'e just purchased a 90 c4 and love the car dearly, however, after a week or so in the garage trhe battery discharges---very annoying!The problem seems to be in the interior light/clock circuit but I have checked all the lights, interior,bonnet,and engine and all go out when they're supposed to.The car used to be wired with a remote alarm/immobilizer but this was removed by the previous owner and only the immobilizer remains [manual] Someone has suggested that the problem lies here but I don't know where to start. Appreciate any help null[email protected] null
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Old 06-17-2001, 12:10 PM
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From other posts, the alarm is the likely culprit. Just to make sure, charge the battery fully, and pull the fuse for the clock, light, etc. Then if it still becomes discharged, you know it's not that. Don't know w/o looking at the shop manual if the alarm is on that same circuit.. (BTW, also have a 90 C4)
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