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Old 08-13-2013, 07:05 AM   #11
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all sorts of wires that are hooked to the battery with out fusing
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I was thinking that when you are looking for a draw, you run the meter on the positive side. Am I wrong in that?
doesnt matter on a dc circuit which part of the path you intersect.
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do you have an aftermarket amplifier/subwoofer setup? if so you could possibly be running your amplifier at all times if your remote wire from your radio to your amp is disconnected.
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if you have an aftermarket amplifier/subwoofer setup you may need to check your connections. if you have a remote wire from your radio to your amp that came loose would cause your amplifier to run all the time.
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The GREMLIN has disappeared!! A couple of days ago I got home and forgot to plug the charger in, just for giggles I tried it and it started just fine. It sat for three days and started up great, I will now live with the mystery of will it happen again. The only thing I can think of is a relay or something was stuck and finally went back to normal, glad I did not drop dealer bucks but may have to in the future.

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