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Posted by Eeyore on October 7, 2008, 10:37 am

Mauried wrote:

Now, there you go. The good old-fashioned ways work best.


Posted by John on October 6, 2008, 7:03 pm

Yep. It's just the battery it gets drained by all the electronics plus
I don't travel that many miles in the week. I only do upto 200 miles
in the week and it usually most weekends sits on the drive unless I am
away somewhere.


Posted by Eeyore on October 7, 2008, 10:39 am

John wrote:

That shouldn't flatten your battery. You have a serious fault drain current


Posted by Trygve Lillefosse on October 6, 2008, 8:37 pm


SEE YA !!!
Trygve Lillefosse
AKA - Malawi, The Fisher King

Posted by David Turner, islandco.com on October 23, 2008, 3:08 pm
 If it is draining like this there is something wrong with your battery/car
I have a little BMW 1999 that is used maybe 10 times per year
We're in Savannah GA where it gets v hot and quite nippy in the winter
I have had to charge the battery once in a year - with anti-theft running

You'll be better off to attach a conditioner/charger that you plug into your
mains outlet - halfords?

Alternatively for my boat I purchased one at www.northerntools.com

It was $9 and works v well in bright sunlight (we get 10-11 hours in the
Summer of unobstructed light)

David B Turner


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Tybee GA 31328

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