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Old 02-08-2008, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default ELC draining battery.

ELC draining battery.

This is on a 1993 Deville.

The battery was down to 10Volts and would not crank the car today. I charged the battery then pulled the negative battery cable and hooked up my meter and it is pulling 300 mA. Removed the ELC (Electronic Level Control) maxi fuse from under the hood fuse center and the amp meter dropped to 18 mA.

Never mind found it.
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