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I had a problem like this when I first aquired my 944. The better way to troublshoot is with an Ohm meter across the battery terminals with the battery removed from the circuit. The resistance should be around 20k Ohm if there is not a short or drain. This is form the clock and computer. If it is much lower then there is a short somewhere. If so eliminate or disconnect different items from the electrical system until the resistance changes to a higher amount. Start by eliminating each of the positive battery leads that connect to the battery. Most lilkely the one with the lower reistance will be the one leading to the fuse/relay panel. With the Ohm meter connected start popping fuses and relays one at a time until you find the culprit. Likely it will be a bad relay.
Old 02-04-2008, 02:17 PM
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