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Old 07-01-2012, 04:19 AM   #16
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Re: Untraceable Current Draw on 96 i30

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Nahk, I absolutely LOVE your posts! AND your patience. I would have given up on this thread a LONG time before you got to this point! And the nephew starts car step, lmfao every time I think of it! OK, so, if nothing is drawing on the battery at "off" (as per the guys that supposedly tested all connections) then how is the battery getting discharged? Temporal ionic destabilized local atmosphere caused by bad flux capacitor, THAT's how! sheesh!
I'd love to have a nephew ... maybe my parents were not patient enough cause havent got one? Sad but true.

Battery can dry by itself, intermittently. Had one 15yrs ago... that one died in the afternoon. However, that 'virus' wont jump into the new replacement.

But if charge voltage cant be measured and found out in any shop, its possibly wrong city for your salary. And if voltage is incomprehensible, possibly wrong discussion forum?

Hope nobody will be incensed, but cant help. Be happy and buy new?
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Re: Untraceable Current Draw on 96 i30

I had a draw and it turned out to be the alarm sensor for the hood. I just tie wrapped down and that solved my issue
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