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Re: Battery always dead (archive)

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Posted by Anthony 88M3 on June 05, 2001 at 15:06:58:

In Reply to: Battery always dead posted by Ryan on June 05, 2001 at 15:02:58:


The culprit for my battery loss was faulty alarm. In addtion if you have a custom stereo, amps are known sap power.

hth

acf


Hey all,
It's me again, asking more questions about my e30 m3. I really appriciate all the help I get on this board, I'd be lost without it. Anyways, cut to the chase:

Every couple of days, when I go to start my car, there is not enough juice in the battery to get the starter going, or even to lock the driver's side door. I replaced the alternator about four months ago so I don't think it's that. And I took the battery to Sears and they tested it to see if it held a charge. They said it did. I'm wondering if there could be a light or bad connection draining the battery when the car sits. I don't have a trunk light, so it's not that. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks to anyone who responds.





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