I think the problem is when the mobile mechanic installed the dvd player he hard wired the dvd player to the amp built into the car, because the speakers would not play until he did that, so I think the amp is discharging while the car is off, but not sure. so Is there an easy way to unhook that amp wire? I have no idea where it would be at, I know the amp is in the trunk, but I don't know which wire I would disconnect. I called the mobile guy and he said he would put my stock back in but for a fee, and the mechanic shop wants 150 bucks to diagnose the problem for 2 days of having the car. They say not to start unhooking things and have a diagnostic done to make sure it'* not a dome light or door lock mech or something else causing the drain. Which route should I go guys? Should I just start disabling the dvd player and hope thats it. If it still does it then I am out a dvd player. So I am kinda pissed about this battery drain. If the mobile wants more then 150 to hook my stock back up then I will take it to the mechanic shop to do a real work up on what is causing it to drain.
I picked up that battery charger you suggested works great!!! So thanks for the suggestion. I just need to fix this problem fast.
2001 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi with 160K (Retired)
Last edited by Stinger357; 02-12-2010 at 02:29 PM.