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Old 10-19-2006, 07:58 PM   #1
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'03 50th edition, parasitic drain

anybody here that works on vette's have any experience with this? Am reaching out due to the fact that i know the C5's can be bad on electrical problems at times. anyone know of any common problems in this area? Would really appreciate the help.
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Re: '03 50th edition, parasitic drain

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anybody here that works on vette's have any experience with this? Am reaching out due to the fact that i know the C5's can be bad on electrical problems at times. anyone know of any common problems in this area? Would really appreciate the help.
If I remember correctly, the C5 should have no more than a 50 ma drain, all closed up and keys out. Hook up your ammeter in series with the plus side and if it's over 50 milliamps, start pulling fuses.
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