Question about 1999 Chrysler Concorde
I bought a used '96 Chrysler LHS in May. The ABS light was on at that time and has stayed on ever since. The car had no problems starting/holding a charge until recently, when the weather started getting cold. The battery that was in it wouldn't hold a charge, so my husband replaced it with another battery from a previous vehicle. Now, this battery is being drained and goes dead if the car sits overnight. The car will hold a charge for several hours. He used his volt meter to try to find the source of draining but couldn't find anything out of the ordinary. FYI, my husband has been able to diagnose electrical problems with his volt meter on other vehicles, i.c., he found out that the power antenna on my Buick was draining its battery, and disconnected the antenna, which solved the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you!
I’m having this same problem on my 99 LHS, I’ve been told that it’s caused the body control module. Maybe a bad ground?
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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